You cannot take pictures in Japan, but you can take pictures because they are made of ceramics! You can also shoot Guernica in Picasso, Earl Orgas at the funeral of El Greco, the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, Sistine Chapel ). I compared it with the original photo, but unless you tell me, you don’t seem to understand! It can only be said that this painting is made of ceramics.
George Nakajima is a descendant of Japanese born in Washington State in 1905. The George Nakajima Memorial Hall showcases the lifestyle, views and philosophy of American furniture designer George Nakajima. In the 1930s, he worked in Raymond during World War II due to the Pearl Harbor incident, and the Georges of Nakajima were deported to a Japanese concentration area in Edward. There he learned the traditional woodworking craftsmanship with an old Japanese craftsman. In 1943, he used his savings to buy an uncultivated forest in New Hope, Pennsylvania, to build his own home and studio. The space layout and furnishings of George Nakajima's home and studio reflect a strong Japanese style. In the George Nakajima Memorial Hall, Japan and the United States jointly exhibited a collection of about 60 works, including precious photos and letters from Nakajima's growing up, as well as his paintings.
I have always liked Master Nakajima’s design, walking in the memorial hall to experience Nakajima’s life and his design philosophy, and feel the magic of his playing with space
Master George Nakajima's works are full of natural and casual feeling, which can be felt when entering the memorial hall.
This is full of strong Japanese flavor, a paradise of wooden art! It is indeed the work of George Nakajima.