Kazumasa Taniguchi

While looking back on his childhood memories, Kazumasa Taniguchi draws the original scenery of Japan that is disappearing.

Home - Oil painting 652 x 330 mm

“After graduating from university, I worked for a general company unrelated to painting. The turning point came when I was 40, after attending a private art class hosted by a master artist and receiving basic training in oil painting. In 2000, I quit the company and entered the path of painting.”

Autumn colors of 1995 - Oil painting 530 x 409 mm
Spring Scenery of Gongbahama - Oil painting 652 x 400 mm
Taoyuan - Oil painting 530 x 409 mm
Evening view of Asuka Village - Oil painting 606 x 409 mm

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