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Atsushi Imai
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
Previous Artist
  • Croissant
Colored Pencil on Paper
9" x 12" 

    Croissant

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    9" x 12"
  • EN
Colored Pencil on Paper
19.5" x 46" 

    EN

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    19.5" x 46"
  • Bride
Colored Pencil on Paper
14" x 10" 

    Bride

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    14" x 10"
  • Breakfast
Colored Pencil on Paper
14" x 10" 

    Breakfast

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    14" x 10"
  • Glossy in the Moonlight
Colored Pencil on Paper
9" x 6" 

    Glossy in the Moonlight

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    9" x 6"
  • Kimono Woman #2
Colored Pencil on Paper
14" x 10" 

    Kimono Woman #2

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    14" x 10"
  • Woman 2
Colored Pencil on Paper
36" x 28.5" 

    Woman 2

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    36" x 28.5"
  • Line of Love and Love
Colored Pencil on Paper
19.5" x 28.5" 

    Line of Love and Love

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    19.5" x 28.5"
  • Look Up at the Sky
Colored Pencil on Paper
7" x 5.5" 

    Look Up at the Sky

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    7" x 5.5"
  • Scenery of Arlington Row
Pencil on Paper
18" x 25.5" 

    Scenery of Arlington Row

    Pencil on Paper
    18" x 25.5"
  • Summer Day
Colored Pencil on Paper
6.5" x 6" 

    Summer Day

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    6.5" x 6"
  • Town Scape of Colmar #2
Pencil on Paper
10.5" x 16" 

    Town Scape of Colmar #2

    Pencil on Paper
    10.5" x 16"
  • Wet in the Rain
Colored Pencil on Paper
7" x 5.5" x 2021" 

    Wet in the Rain

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    7" x 5.5" x 2021"
  • Woman #1
Colored Pencil on Paper
23" x 16.5" 

    Woman #1

    Colored Pencil on Paper
    23" x 16.5"
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Atsushi Imai

Japanese artist Imai Atsushi creates oil-and-water-colored pencil drawings that showcase women, minority groups, and Japanese culture. He intends his work to offer a perspective on marginalized cultures and femininity, by reexamining his own freedom through drawing. Atsushi often combines elements from reality and anime illustration to engage dialogue about female sexuality, identity, and fashion with a consciousness for Japanese culture.

Based in Himeji City, Japan, Atsushi has been passionate about painting and illustrating his entire life. After a long hiatus, he returned to his artistry in 2014, and has been exhibiting his work internationally and throughout his native country ever since. He has won several prominent awards in Asia and Europe and has received critical acclaim for his illustrative skill.