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 Kunio Hagio  (1947 - )

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Lived/Active: Ohio      Known for: portrait, figure, illustrator

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Over the course of a twenty-five year career, Kunio Hagio has received over 50 awards for his art from A.I.G.A., Artist Guild of Chicago, Art Directors Club/NY, Advertising Club/NY, Society of Illustrators, "Creativity" magazine, "Communication Arts" magazine, and "Vision" magazine in Japan. "Gulliver" Magazine (Italy) described his paintings as "an essential part of American culture." His painting of the tattooed face of a carnival performer, entitled "Carny," first appeared in "Playboy" magazine in 1976 and immediately garnered five prestigious awards.

In addition, Hagio has created award winning Cinema Art for movies such as "Raging Bull," which featured an uncannily life-like painting of Robert DeNiro as Jake LeMotta. That dramatic art was first prize winner of the 1981 Hollywood Reporter Key Art Award for Best One-Sheet, and received awards from the Artist Guild of Chicago, "Communication Arts" magazine, Creativity magazine and the California Museum of Science and Industry.

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