林 美木子 「端午  菖蒲の節句」板絵林 美木子 「月次扇 4月 醍醐の花見」W51.5×H36.5㎝林 美木子 「月次扇 6月 柳橋図 」W51.5×H36.5㎝林 美木子「福良雀香合」林 美木子「折枝図貝桶」林 美木子「お伽犬」7.5×5.2×H8㎝林 美木子「福助」桐塑人形林 美木子「有職桐小箱 金地 菊置上」7.7×7×H4㎝林 美木子「桃太郎」板絵

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林 美木子

Hayashi Mikiko

Yamato-e, a classical style of Japanese painting, originated in the capital Kyoto along with tanka (31-syllable Japanese poems) and kana (Japanese syllabaries); it lent elegance to the life of the Imperial Court and aristocracy in diverse ways.
Every piece I produce is imbued with my desire to bring the grace and refinement of those times into our modern world.
I would be happy if you could feel the gracefulness of the Heian court across the span of a thousand years.

Mikiko Hayashi

 

■ Profile

 

1966: Born in Kyoto; the eldest daughter of Komao Hayashi, a holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure) of Toso Dolls

1984: Graduated from Department of Japanese-Style Painting, Kyoto City Dohda Senior High School of Arts

1986: Graduated from Course of Japanese-Style Painting, Kyoto College of Art

1987: Started as a traditional Japanese color painter

Hayashi has held many solo exhibitions, and other exhibitions include a joint show with the current generation Sotetsu Nakamura, who is a lacquerware artisan from Senke Jisshoku (Ten Craftsmen Families of the Senke Tea Schools), and a friend from her childhood.

2012: Published a textbook of yusoku crafts “Ocho no Katachi (Formality of the Imperial Court)” (text by Kaneki Inokuma; craftworks by Mikiko Hayashi) from Tankosha Publishing

2018: Received “Bvlgari Avrora Awards 2018”