Kazuya Akimoto Art Press

May 26, 2007

“Mother and Child in the Mirror” :New Japanese style, Japonism, contemporary, traditional, family portait painting with strange stmosphere, #6265, 2007 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

 

New Japonism, figurative, family portrait acrylic painting with strange atmosphere, #6265, 2007

 

named and added to gallery #7,2007  at Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

 

“Mother and Child in the mirror”


Mother and Child in the mirror

acrylics 21″x18″

lisited in New Paintings  2007

 

 

 

Keywords

(within Museum paintings)

portrait

figurative

bust

family

Japonism

interior

people

strange

woman

classical

ordinary life

love

 

 

 


 

Today’s Keyword

within Museum paintings

 

interior

 

#6265  “Mother and Child in the mirror”

Mother and Child in the mirror

2007

 

#6218   “Seaside Resort ”

Seaside Resort

2007

 

#5920   “Womnan drying herself “

Woman drying herself with a towel

2007

 

#5916   “Piled Flowers in a blue vase “

Piled Flowers in a blue vase

2006

 

#5208   “Chapel Entrance”

Chapel Entrance

2006

 

#4845   “red Interior”

Red Interior

2006

 

#4742   “red dots “

Red Dots

2006

 

#4221 “Strict Interior “

Strict Interior

2005

 

#4182  “Interior & Exterior “

Interior and Exterior

2005

 

“The Moon “

The Moon

early work

 

 

 


before 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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