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Miyuki Tanobe

 (born 1937)
Miyuki Tanobe is active/lives in Quebec / Canada, Japan.  Miyuki Tanobe is known for city genre painting, printmaking, illustration.

Miyuki Tanobe

Miyuki Tanobe CM, OQ, RCA (1937) (1) is a distinguished Canadian painter, printmaker and illustrator. She is famous for her unique Japanese style and its adaption to her primary subject - scenes of daily life in Quebec. Her works are in numerous museums and her honors include Canada's highest, the Order of Canada.

She was born in Morioka, Japan, about 300 miles north of Tokyo. She emigrated to Quebec, Canada in 1971, and settled in Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, about 20 miles east of Montreal on the St. Lawrence River; which is still her home.

Her mediums include oil, acrylic, gouache*, watercolor, pastel, silkscreen* and lithograph*. However, her most famous medium is "Nihonga" (2), a fusion of traditional Jap  ...  Displaying 750 of 7175 characters.

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About  Miyuki Tanobe

Born:  1937 - Morioka, Japan
Known for:  city genre painting, printmaking, illustration