Hiromitsu Kato

Hiromitsu used traditional Japanese painting techniques to fashion modern works of art. He favored washi paper, Japanese ink, and mineral pigments called iwa-enogu, made of particles of pulverized rocks. The themes of his oeuvre stemmed from his thankfulness to nature, which served as the primary inspiration for his art.

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Sign of Light, 2012

Giclee print

17" x 24"

$1500

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Melody, 2012

Giclee print

24" x 10"

$1350

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Autumn Colors, 2015

Giclee print

17" x 24"

$1500

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Hazy 1, 2011

Giclee print

24" x 18.5"

$1550

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Sakura in Daigo, 2015

Giclee print

24" x 19.5"

$1600

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Crimson Night 2, 2014

Giclee print

24" x 8.5"

$1300

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Crimson Night 1, 2014

Giclee print

24" x 8.5"

$1300

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Crimson Moon, 2014

Giclee print

24" x 12"

$1400

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Byobu of Lightning Fire, 2017

Giclee print

16" x 24"

$1500

Custom sizes available, please inquire

The Greatest Place, 2014

Giclee print

16" x 24"

$1500

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Crimson Waterfall, 2014

Giclee print

16" x 16"

$1300

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Moon Light, 2019

Giclee print

12" x 24"

$1400

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Spring Bright, 2018

Giclee print

24" x 12"

$1400

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Autumn Light, 2017

Giclee print

12" x 24"

$1400

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Sakura Utage, 2016

Giclee print

12" x 24"

$1400

Custom sizes available, please inquire

Spring of Lightning Fire, 2017

Giclee print

24" x 12"

$1400

Custom sizes available, please inquire