Yamada no Sukimei 20F (72.7 x 60.6 cm) by Hisanobu Matsushita

¥330,000

The screen depicts scenes of abundant nature and villages.

The landscape of mountains, trees, and water gives a sense of the changing seasons. At the top of the screen, snow-capped mountains can be seen in the distance.

This work conveys not only the beauty of nature, but also the harmony with the people who live there. The colors are soft and yet clear, faithfully reproducing the light, shadow and color changes that the artist witnessed.

The entire painting is filled with the tranquil yet vibrant energy of nature, providing the viewer with a comfortable sense of peace.

This painting can be described as a warm landscape that pays homage to the Japanese climate and the lives of the people who live there.

 

Born in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture in 1941

1983: Became a member of Jisaikai

1985: Received the Yamashita Encouragement Award at the Issuikai Exhibition

1986: Received the Ishii Encouragement Award at the Issuikai Exhibition

1989: Became a member of Issuikai

1990: Bronze Award at the Contemporary Western Paintings Selection Exhibition

1996: Received the Korinbo Rotary Club Award at the Ishikawa Prefectural Exhibition

Received the Hokkoku Shimbun Encouragement Award at the Nitten Kanazawa Exhibition

1997: Became a member of the Nitten Exhibition Association

1998 Issuikai Exhibition Honorable Mention Award Solo Exhibition (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi)

2001: Unscreened entry at the Contemporary Art Exhibition

2002: Became a member of Issuikai

2003 Nitten Special Selection ( '08 )

2006: Received the Members' Honorable Mention Award at the Issuikai Exhibition


Currently a standing committee member of Issuikai and a member of the Nitten Exhibition