YOKOYAMA Toshiaki (1938-) Western-style painter. Born in Shiga Prefecture. Currently resides in Nagahama City, Shiga Prefecture. Graduated from Mie University. Has exhibited at Bijyutsu Bunka Art Exhibition since 1963. In 1967 he received a Bijyutsu Bunka award and was recommended as a member. In 1975 he exhibited at Tokyoten. In 1979 he exhibited at a 19-person exhibition of art and culture in New York. From 1983 to 1987 he exhibited at a modern Japanese painting representative artist exhibition (France, Canada, West Germany). In 1986 he exhibited at a Salon International de Paris exhibition. In 1995 he exhibited at a Japan modern art exhibition in Beijing. Important works include “Sonzai 38,” “Ningensho,” and “Sonzai 39 (Tokon).” He created a collection of his paintings titled “Jiko Henkaku no Tabi” (2007). Currently a member of Bijyutsu Bunka Art Association. Member of Japan Artists Association.

“Sonzai 39 (Tokon)” Created in 2013. Exhibited at the 73rd Bijutsu Bunka Art Exhibition. “Visible things come from invisible places. Things which come from unconsciousness lead to infinity.”


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