Paul Horiuchi

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Paul Horiuchi was an important figure in the American Northwest art circles during the 1950's and 1960's.

A close friend of Mark Tobey, he was born in Japan in 1906, and as a young man studied calligraphy, sumi painting and watercolors. He came to the United States in 1922, and moved to Seattle, Washington in 1946.

He became the "Master of Collage" uniting his skillful use of paint and the careful application of rice paper. His first one man show was at the Dusanne Gallery after which his work was exhibited at the Seattle Art Museum.

He received many honors and awards and his work is found in the collections of major museums. He died in 1999.

Another detail of this artwork is below.

Title

Evening Sky

Artist

Paul Horiuchi, Japanese-American ~ 1906 - 1999

Circa

1950's

Signed

Lower Left

Provenance

Dusanne Gallery, Seattle, Washington

Medium

Casein and handmade rice paper on Board

Price

3900.00

Size

7" by 12.25"

Style

Abstract Multi Media

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