Yasuo Kuniyoshi has been described as, "Japanese by birth but American by long residence and conviction" (Current Biography 477).
Yasuo Kuniyoshi was a Japanese-American painter born in Okayama, Japan, on September 1, 1893. At first, he was uninterested in becoming a artist and studied dyeing and weaving of fine fabrics. He was sent to the United States in 1906 to study methods of industrial production in the textile field, but ended up receiving Western artistic training. After starving at Seattle, he moved to Los Angeles to earn a living as a houseboy and a fruit picker, and to attend evening classes at the Los Angeles School of Art and Design for three years (Encyclopedia of American Art 304).
From 1912 to 1914, Kuniyoshi continued his education in New York at the National Academy of Design. …
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