Akira Yasuda is one of Japan's most influential artists and a major figure in the history of modern art. He was born in Fukuoka Prefecture in 1929, and is renowned for his pioneering works of abstract expressionism. His signature style combines bold brushwork with a unique use of mixed media to create highly abstract compositions. His most iconic works include the abstract paintings My City in the Rain and Sound of Water. The abstract compositions Blue Moon and Three Trees are also among his most acclaimed artworks. His works have been widely exhibited and collected by museums around the world.
Abstract Expressionism, Japanese Art, Modernism, Fukuoka Prefecture
— Mei Wang
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