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Over his 70-year career, Genichiro Inokuma (1902-1993) made several critical changes to his painting style. He began as a realist portrait artist, then moved onto geometric abstraction after the World War II, before becoming obsessed with portraying faces.

His work initially appears to lack stylistic consistency, but on closer inspection, there are elements that persisted throughout his career. These include repetition of motifs, overall composition and color choices.

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