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Etsuho, fl. ca. 1950's
|1 archived item(s) by Etsuho in public archive. Click on .|
A Ge, born 1948
||A Ge was born as a member of the Yi minority in Liangshan and since she was twelve years old she attended a minorities' class at SAFA. She began to work as a printmaker for the Sichuan branch of the CAA after graduating from school. At the first National Minorities Art Exhibition in 1981 she was awarded with her fist prize. After that she won other national pizes, for example the first prize at a national exhibition organized by the Ministry of Culture and the CAA.|
A Liguna, born 1961
Teacher in the Shen Yang First Middle School.
||A Liguna, Dawue nationality, was born in 1961. She graduated from the Sheng Yang Fine Arts College in 1985. Currently she is a fine arts teacher in the Sheng Yang First Middle School in the Liao Lin province. Her print works have participated in the "Liao Lin" and the "Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region Fine Arts" exhibition several times.|
|2 archived item(s) by A Liguna in public archive. Click on .|
Ado Sato, born 1936
||Ado Sato is best known for his silkscreens. There he selects a fixed framework for each composition. By analyzing his silkcreened colors you can see, that they are as precise as his designs are circumscribed.
Ah Fong, active 1850/1860s
||Ah Fong had a photographic studio in Hong Kong in the 1850s and 1860s.|
|2 archived item(s) by Ah Fong in public archive. Click on .|
Ai Cheng Zhi, born 1938
||Ai Cheng Zhi was born in 1938 in Anhui province. He graduated from Anhui Art College. After his graduation Ai Cheng Zhi has worked for the Anhui Cultural Center. He is member of Chinese Artists' Association. The speciality of Ai Cheng Zhi are multi-colored woodblock prints.|
|2 archived item(s) by Ai Cheng Zhi in public archive. Click on .|
Aizo Tsuji, 1895-1964
Akemi Inagaki, born 1933
||Akemi Inagaki was born in Tokyo in 1933. Her teacher was Hiroyuki Tajima. The preferred technique of Akemi Inagaki is woodblock prints. Her art works are characterized by a tranquil elegance and by a restriction to very few colors which are however displayed in many shades.|
|11 archived item(s) by Akemi Inagaki in public archive. Click on .|
Akio Onda, born 1924
Pupil of Munakata Shiko.
||Akio Onda graduated in 1956 from Musashino Art Collecge. He had studied under Munakata Shiko and was greatly influenced by him. The artist had his first one man shows at the renowned Yoseido Gallery and Tanseido Gallery in Tokyo in 1969 and 1970. Akio Onda works in woodblock technique and uses similar methods as his teacher such as painting or printing from verso.|
|37 archived item(s) by Akio Onda in public archive. Click on .|
Akio Yamao, 2nd half of 20th C.
|1 archived item(s) by Akio Yamao in public archive. Click on .|