Random Inspiration: Yasutomo Oka, Part I

by Matthew Innis |

There are many talented representational artists working in Japan today, but here in the United States, we have too little familiarity with them.  I don’t know why this is.  Other segments of Japan’s arts, such as manga and anime, are extremely popular here, but when it comes to more classical painting . . .

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