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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.

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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.

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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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