Yasuyuki KIHARA

Born 1932 in Hokkaido. 1954, graduated Musashino Art University Department of Western Painting and in 1966 participated in a group exhibition. From 1970, learned printmaking at Atelier 17 in Paris. 1971, began to submit works to New York's International Miniature Print Exhibition, and in 1962 submitted to shows including the British International Print Biennale, Krakow International Print Bienalle, and Contemporary France Print Exhibition.

Later, continued to show his work at other international exhibitions. 1980, had work in the Japanese Prints Exhibition at the Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Art in Japan. He created precisely constructed condensed scenes with his free and direct use of the burin. Kihara is considered a representative artist of burin engravings.


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