Bijinga Paintings by Takeshi Ohgushi

May 30, 2012

Born in 1977, Japanese self taught artist Takeshi Ohgushi, uses “ancient Japanese implements of brush and ink” to create these gorgeous and striking images. His works are considered contemporary BIJINGA (which means “pictures of beautiful women”). He paints in rolls and sweeps of sumi ink on traditional Japanese paper.





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