(1906 - 1957)
Saburo Hasegawa was active/lived in California / Japan, France. Saburo Hasegawa is known for abstract painting and writing.
Biography Saburo Hasegawa
A Japanese painter and writer, Saburo Hasegawa, graduated from Tokyo Imperial University in 1929. There he researched Toyo Sesshu for his thesis. In 1930 he went to
Paris where his work was selected for the Salon d'Automne; on returning
two years later to Japan, he exhibited in the 19th Nika Ten (Second Division Society exhibition). In 1948 he exhibited At the Lake
(1948; Kobe, Konan Senior High Sch.) in the 12th Jiyu Bijutsuka Kyokai
Ten (Society of Independent Artists exhibition) at the Tokyo
Metropolitan Art Museum.
In 1951 he corresponded with Franz Kline,
exchanging views on Eastern and Western cultures. He exhibited Rhapsody: At the Fishing Village
(frottage on paper mounted on four-fold
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