Ikenaga YASUNARI ✿ Part.2

Japanese painter Ikenaga Yasunari 池永康晟 was born in the Onhia prefecture in Japan in 1965. Graduated High School Midorigaoka Universit 1984 Japanese painting and drawing through the library Shinzo Maeda. His paintings depict beautiful women, whose expressions and postures suggest a dreamy atmosphere. Ikenaga’s paintings also showcase exquisite textile pattern designs. His subjects are always women of modern times, but at the same time, the Nihonga painting style reflects ancient Japanese traditions, which gives his works a timeless feel. He creates his art by dropping Japanese paints into the canvas that he calls “linen cloth”, with a Menso brush. Yasunari is one of a number of contemporary Japanese painters to have led the revival of the traditional Japanese painting technique known as Nihonga. Historically, Nihonga was characterized by the media as well as the subject matter quotidian scenes, flowers and landscapes typically executed with tanuki (raccoon dog tail) brushes and mineral-based pigments applied to moistened washi paper.

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