Hiroshima Museum of Art

HIRAYAMA Ikuo

HIRAYAMA Ikuo1930-2009

A Japanese-style painter, and active constantly in the In-ten after the World War II. He is famous for big format works in the theme of the Buddhism. And he promoted the international cultural properties protection and the cultural exchange actives.

Herd Boy: Impressions of Syria

1972 color on paper, frame 52.9*72.6 cm

 

Ruins in Palmyra, Syria

1979 color on paper, frame  44.0*185.0 cm

 

 

Hinomisaki, Izumo

1998 color on paper, frame  116.7*91.0cm

 

 

Loulan Ruins in the Moonlight

color on paper, frame  72.7*60.6cm

 

 

The Moon in Horyuji Temple

color on paper, frame  60.6*50.0cm