Arinori Ichihara was born in 1864 in Tokyo, Japan and is considered one of the most influential Japanese artists of the 20th century. His paintings, which often featured his classical Japanese aesthetic, earned him recognition and admiration from a broad range of art collectors. He specialized in a wide range of media, from watercolour to crayon to oil paints, with his technique being characterized by a strong sense of form, outlines, and colours. Notable works by Arinori Ichihara include The Wild Boar Chase, The New Year’s Day, and A Mirror of the Sun.
Arinori Ichihara, Japanese Art, 20th Century Artist, Japanese Aesthetic.
— Mei Wang
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