Sorayama 1964-1999: The Complete Works of Hajime Sorayama

Sorayama 1964-1999: The Complete Works of Hajime Sorayama

Hajime Sorayama is known mostly for his painting of robot women and animals. I know Sorayama because of his absolutely sexy, stunning, tasteful paintings of women. Large numbers of people instinctually assume Sorayama uses an airbrush when they see his pieces, yet he doesn't, it is all brush work and just beautifully done.

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