Mishima Tetsuya

Mishima Tetsuya is a popular artist well known for his decisive, on-the-spot approach and eminent painting technique inspired by the classism.
Aside from voluptuous nudes accentuated by exquisite lines he draws so elegantly, we cannot overlook his still-life paintings which distinguished himself from the start.
Gorgeous flowers, breathtakingly beautiful fruits,elegant brocade are all shining on his canvases. We all but admire his graceful dexterity and abundant eroticism.
Solo Exhibition/Nagoya Mitsukoshi /Sakae,Aichi
Art book / Mishima Tetsuya The Works of Oil Painting 1994-2019 / Published by shukado gallery
Solo Exhibition/Nihonnbashi Mitsukoshi
Member of Japan Artists Association, In charge of lecturing at " Mishima Tetsuya Oil paintings' Course"
"VENUS",oil paints made under his total direction was released from Haruzo Oil Paints
Cover design / "Young and Mature Lady" written by Dan Oniroku
Cover design / "Coffin in Flower" written by Nishimura Kyotaro
Received "Honorable Mention" medal in the field of still life as a first Japanese at International ARC Salon Competition and in 2006, 2008, 2012 received medals in the field of figures from the same salon and nominated as the finalist in other years
Published his first Album
Solo exhibition (e.g., Seibu Sogo TakanawaKai, Mitsukoshi Department Store Nihonbashi, Takashimaya Department Store
Nihonbashi, Seibu Department Store Ikebukuro, Hankyu Department Store Umeda, Sogo Department Store Yokohama, Sogo Department Store Kobe)
Group Exhibition / Constellation Association / Hanshin
Group Exhibition / Tachiyama Kai Exhibition / Toyama
Group Exhibition / Modern Figurative Exhibition / Hankyu Department Store Umeda
Group Exhibition / Exhibition of "Realistic World" / Iida Bijutsu
Art Fair Tokyo 1995 / Tokyo International Forum
graduated from Central Art Gakuen, exhibited at the Chubi Exhibition, received the Award of Excellence, consecutively exhibited until 1998
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