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Yasuyoshi Saito

Japanese photographer, painter, printmaker and critic. In 1925 he entered the department of yōga (Western-style painting) at the Japanese School of Art in Tokyo. In 1926 he began writing art criticism and in 1927 he left the School, going on in 1930 to study at the School of Oriental Photography, Tokyo. In ...


Anis Farooqi

Indian painter, printmaker, photographer and film maker. He grew up in Indore, where his family moved in the year of his birth. After studying at the School of Art in Indore for one year he moved to Bombay in 1937 and worked as a painter of cinema hoardings and, from ...


David M. Sokol

American painter, photographer and printmaker of Japanese birth. He arrived in the USA in 1906 and studied at the Los Angeles School of Art and Design from 1907 to 1910. He then moved to New York, studying, in rapid succession, with Robert Henri at the National Academy of Design, at the Independent School of Art and from ...


Israeli, 20th – 21st century, male.

Active in France from 1975.

Born 1946, in Rehovat.

Sculptor, painter, lithographer, draughtsman, video artist, installation artist.

During the 1970s Micha Laury lived in a kibbutz in Israel and began to work as a self-taught artist. He moved to Tel Aviv in ...


Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1908, in Niigata Prefecture.

Engraver, draughtsman, photographer.

Sosaku Hanga.

First Thursday Society.

Shinagawa Takumi first studied jewellery at the Tokyo industrial art college before becoming a pupil of Semmin Uno and Koshiro Onchi. His drawings and woodcuts show a constant, original study of his art. He experimented with a variety of media, including photography. Drawing inspiration from the deep colours of traditional ...