Silk Road, from India to Japan (Introduction of Buddhism)

Hirayama Ikuo
Hirayama Ikuo
Item# HIRAYAMA002

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Hirayama Ikuo
Hirayama Ikuo (1930-2009). Hirayama was born in Hiroshima Prefecture. In 1952, he graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and became a disciple of Maeda Seison. Although suffering from the after effects of nuclear radiation, he produced a series of paintings depicting the introduction of Buddhism to his country, instilling them with his fervent hopes for world peace. Later, he sought to depict the source of Japanese culture, producing magnificent masterpieces, some of which had the Silk Road as its source of inspiration. Besides creating such superb works of art, he is also involved in the restoration and preservation of the cultural heritages and cultural assets of the world and is internationally appreciated for his unflagging efforts. Hirayama received the Order of Cultural Merit in 1998.

Title: Silk Road, from India to Japan (Introduction of Buddhism)

Artist: Hirayama Ikuo

Date:

Size: Frame size, w. 99 cm (39") x h. 110 cm (43.3")

Medium: Offset

Condition: No condition problems to note

Loalan
Title: Loalan

Artist: Hirayama Ikuo

Date:

Size: w. 41 cm (16.1") x h. 32 cm (12.5")

Medium: Lithograph

Condition: No condition problems to note

Comments: With signature



$7,700.00
Loalan HIRAYAMA001
Angkor Wat
Title: Angkor Wat

Artist: Hirayama Ikuo

Date: 2000

Size:w. 97 cm (38.1") x h. 46 cm (18.1")

Medium: Lithograph

Condition: No condition problems to note

Comments: With signature



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