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Realistic Art by Atsushi Suwa  諏訪敦

Atsushi Suwa born in 1967 in Hokkaido, Japan is a well-recognized Japanese painter. He studied oil painting at Musashino Art University, graduating in 1992. He stayed in Madrid for two years through the artist program organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs and received international recognition as a painter. After returning to Japan, Suwa focused on exploring realism as a way to revisit the origin of painting. Stay up to date with his work by following him on Twitter.

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