(1926 - 2002)
Kazuo Nakamura was active/lived in British Columbia, Ontario / Canada. Kazuo Nakamura is known for abstract painting, murals, etching, and sculpture.
Kazuo Nakamura was a painter, etcher, muralist and sculptor who was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. During World War II, he was an interned Japanese Canadian at Tashme camp near Hope, B.C. (about 100 miles from Vancouver). After the war he moved to Hamilton, Ontario and then to Toronto where he lived until his death.
His primary painting mediums were oil, watercolour, graphite, ink, mixed mediums and etching. His sculpture mediums include concrete, plaster and steel. His subjects were landscapes, cityscapes, figures,abstracts, and mathematics (number structure). His styles included geometric semi abstract still life and landscapes using lyrical block strokes of paint; and minimalist ab ... Displaying 750 of 9033 characters.