Random Inspiration: Nobuyuki Shimamura

by Matthew Innis |

Japan’s contemporary, Representational artists are an enigmatic group.  Despite an obvious skill that would appeal to fans of such art worldwide, these artists seem to be quite nearly unknown outside their country.  And even once a member of this group is discovered by someone in the West, information on that artist is extremely hard to…

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