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Kaoru Saito

Kaoru Saito was born in Kanagawa, Japan 1931. He studied Fine Art under Tsuruta Goro and Arai Tatsuo from 1948-1950. He became a member of the Shunyo-kai and he is mainly known for his mezzotints. He has had countless exhibitions, and he is generally considered one of Japan's finest mezzotint artists. He now lives in Hayama, also in Kanagawa.


Kaoru Saito - Attirement
Attirement
14 x 11.5 in.  
Mezzotint 
Kaoru Saito - Tsuyuksa
Tsuyuksa
4.25 x 4.5 in.  
Mezzotint 
Kaoru Saito - Sound of the Sea
Sound of the Sea
6.5 x 8.75 in.  
Mezzotint 
Kaoru Saito - Prayer
Prayer
10.25 x 8.25 in.  
Mezzotint 
Kaoru Saito - Ornament
Ornament
10.25 x 8.5 in.  
Mezzotint 

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Biographical Information
Born: Kanagawa, Japan 1931

Resides: Hayama, Japan

Studies: Fine art under Tsuruta Goro & Arai Tatsuo 1948 – 1950

Solo Exhibitions:
1972 – 87 Mezzotint Works-Kabutoya, Osaka Forme, Seibu
Vorpal Gallery NY, Newmark Gallery NY, Robertson Gallery CA

Group Exhibitions:
1968 – 87 Mainichi Contemporary Japan Art, Shunyo-kai, Asahi Contemporary Art of Illusion and Womens Series