Thursday, September 26
Kondo Koichiro is known as one of the most accomplished ink painters of modern Japan. He began his career as an oil painter and worked as a popular illustrator/cartoonist before exploring nihonga (traditional-style modern Japanese painting) and establishing a reputation for his novel ink expression. This talk presents the evolution of Koichiro’s art and his multifaceted contribution to the Japanese art world in the early 20th century.
Sponsored by the Asian Arts Council
Free AAC members | $10 Museum members | $12 nonmembers | $8 students