Daniel Kelly was born in 1947 in the state Idaho, U.S.A.. He went to Japan and became a student of master printmaker Timikichiro Tokuriki in Kyoto. Daniel Kelly has remained in Kyoto since then and has become a famous artist himself. He has worked in woodblock and in different mixed media techniques - usually in large sizes. Art works by Daniel Kelly have been collected by the Metropolitan Museum in New York, The British Museum, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Smithsonian, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and The Allen Memorial Art Museum.
Biography Daniel Kelly
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