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Yoshio Markino ( 1870-1956) | The Colour of London



Makino Yoshio / 牧野 義雄, known as Yoshio Markino, was a Japanese🎨 Impressionist Watercolor painter and writer born in Koromo (Toyota City).
In 1893, he travelled to San Francisco where he trained at the Hopkins Art School, before arriving in London in 1897, instantly falling in love with the city.
He spent hours walking the streets, fascinated by the effect of mist and fog on the appearance of buildings, especially under gaslight.

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Milt Kobayashi, 1950



Milt Kobayashi is a sophisticated painter who demonstrates a consummate mastery of design and unsentimental curiosity about people.
The fertile cross-currents of two great cultures have nurtured his art to a harmonious resolve of Western technique with Oriental color, pattern and spatial composition.

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Kei Mieno 三重野慶, 1985 | Hyperrealist painter



Kei Mieno is a Japanese artist🎨 born in Hiroshima who has been painting professionally for more than 10 years already. 
Mieno graduating from Hiroshima City University College of Art. 
This painter specializes in hyperrealism, and mostly uses oil paint to create his masterpieces.