Kenzo Okada

Japanese , 1902 - 1982

Kenzo Okada was born in 1902 in Japan, studied painting in France, and arrived in New York during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism. Okada's work utilizes Eastern and Western techniques - leaving space empty to convey depth, an Eastern practice, and also using painterly brushstrokes, a Western method. His compositions bridge the divide between the two artistic traditions.


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