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Toshimitsu Imai (1928-2002)

Toshimitsu Imai

Untitled, 1963
Impasto refers to a painting that applies paint thickly so the brush or knife strokes are visible.


Untitled, 1973
While born in Japan, Toshimitsu Imai practiced in France post WWII. There he adopted the art informel approach to abstract painting, characterized by intensity and a highly improvisational nature.


One response to “Toshimitsu Imai (1928-2002)

  1. postcardsedge August 19, 2017 at 19:15

    I did not read the label and confused the images for aerial photography! Stunning work thank you for posting it here.

    Liked by 1 person

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