Masaaki Kusumoto Geometric Abstract Painting

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Masaaki Kusumoto Geometric Abstract Painting

4,600.00

$4,600

Japan/United States
1965

Mixed-media (polymer paint and metallic paper) on board by Japanese artist Masaaki Kusumoto, dated 1965. Kusumoto studied art in Japan, where he also worked as an art director for a corporation. He moved to New York City in 1961. His geometric painting was selected by William Lieberman and Dorothy Miller for inclusion in MoMA's pathbreaking 1966 show, "The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture." (see attached scans). Later pieces were placed in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo. From the estate of Reiji Kimura, a fellow expat, whose work was also included in the MoMA show. Signed and dated on back.

Condition
Good original condition with minor wear and some losses consistent with age. Color still vibrant.

Measurements
Height:  18.5 in.
Width/length:  36 in.
Depth:  1 in.

Specifications
Number of items:  1
Materials/techniques:  Polymer paint and metallic paper on board

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