Asao Sakamoto was a distinguished Japanese artist known for his innovative approach to art. He was a leading figure of the Tonakai group, which emerged in Japan during the 1960s and continued to influence the Japanese art scene until the end of the century. His works often combine collage elements, traditional Japanese prints, and figurative painting, reflecting his eclectic background. Some of his most celebrated artworks include The Festival of the Masks, At the Public Bath, and A Summer Day. He also wrote a highly acclaimed treatise on the theory of painting.
Japanese art, modern art, Asao Sakamoto.
— Mei Wang
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