(1914 - 1988)
Junichiro Sekino was active/lived in Japan. Junichiro Sekino is known for painting, woodblock printing, etching, teaching.
Biography Junichiro Sekino
Junichiro Sekino, a painter, graphic designer and a woodblock* print maker was one of the noted artists of the Sosaku Hanga* movement, an important current of Japanese art.
Sekino was stylistically and technically diverse: he easily switched from figurative to abstract art, from black and white compositions to colourful expression. He was also flexible with subjects. Sekino sometimes resorted to mixing Western and Japanese techniques in his works.
He grew up in Aomori City alongside Shiko Munakata, the future 'Japanese Picasso', studying printmaking and oil painting. 1936 brought him a Bunten award for his etching*, awarded by the government. In 1939 he moved to the capital, where he came across the Sosaku Hanga movemen
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