The Anxious Art Of Japanese Painter (And 'Enemy Alien') Yasuo Kuniyoshi

The Anxious Art Of Japanese Painter (And 'Enemy Alien') Yasuo Kuniyoshi

And the anxiety of being Japanese-American during World War II shows in his work. The colors are somber; the faces he paints — highly stylized, flat and folk-artish — are often fearful; and babies and children are never cuddly. His Boy Stealing Fruit

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