Hosui Suibokuga Exhibition

ink painting - Hosui

Ink wash painting, also known as literati painting is an East Asian type of brush painting. It uses tonality and shading achieved by varying the ink density, both by differential grinding of the ink stick in water and by varying the ink load and pressure within a single brushstroke. The goal of ink and wash painting is to capture its spirit, or even its soul. (Excerpts wikipedia)


1. 39 X 30


2. 27 X 24

Hosui

Biography

Borne in 1932 Himeji, Hyogo-ken Japan

Millet 15th Memorial Friendly Exhibition Honorable Mention (2006)

10th General Suibokuga Exhibition Honor Award (2005)

Gyokudo Art Museum Award
Distinguished Services Prize

1st International Suibokuga Exhibition (Taiwan)
International Art Honorable Mention (1999)

Modern Culture Award (1998)

Japan All Japan General Suibokuga Exhibition by Japan Art Education Center
Five consecutive periods prize winning

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*Hosui has produced a large number of paintings on canvas and scrolls, and has some stocked in his studio. They may be acquired by and shipped to those who love Japanese suibokuga with a nominal charge plus handling and shipping expenses within Japan. Inquiry


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