Kazuki Yoshioka

Kazuki Yoshioka was born in 1946 in Yono, near Tokyo. He studied at Kofukai Art Academy in Japan and finished is formal studies at the National School of Beaux Art of Paris. Yoshioka work is highly reflective of the Impressionist style with Monet-like qualities. It’s as if he went back in time to the 1860s and joined the artists of that era. The artist’s work has been shown in-group and one-man shows in Paris and Japan for the last five decades and is held in collections all over the world.

Styles: Traditional

“Cote du Boulanger”

Oil on Canvas

29" x 34" (Framed)

$3,900

“Cafe la Fountaine”

Oil on Canvas

18" x 15" (Unframed)

$600 (each)

“Seine”

Oil on Canvas

15" x 18" (Unframed)

Sold

“Port Marly”

Oil on Canvas

15" x 18" (Unframed)

$1,600