Akihiko Kotani is a renowned Japanese artist whose work has been exhibited in numerous international galleries. His paintings have an abstract expressionism style that uses a variety of mediums from oil, pastel, and acrylic to collage. He has received many awards, including the Gold Award from the Japan Arts Council in 1993 and the Tomioka Tessai Award from the International Art Exhibition in 2001. His works blend traditional methods with a contemporary edge, exploring both Eastern and Western approaches in his art. Notable works by the artist include Cherry Blossom Tree (1998), Jazz Times (2000), and Gazing at the Sky (2005).
Akihiko Kotani, Japanese artist, oil painting, abstract expressionism, Tomioka Tessai Award.
— Mei Wang
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