|20. Miyahara Akira (1905-1968)|
Shiratori Gaku e no michi, - Road to ShiratoridakeSigned: Meiryô
Technique: colours on paper 35.8 x 48.1
Mounting: green beige brocade and beige silk
123 x 62.7
The road to Shiratori Gaku is a popular hiking trail in a mountenous area in Miyazaki, Kyushu.
Miyahara Akira lived in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. He was known for his abstract paintings for which he received the honorary medal with the ‘Dark Blue Ribbon’ in 1940. In the next year one of his paintings was included in the collection of the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris.
Price: EUR 850 / USD 1,007