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Toeko Tatsuno (1950-2014), an award-winning Japanese artist who specialized in prints and oil paintings, received a lot of attention during the 1970s for her stripe motifs and distinct use of grids. Throughout the following decades, she continued to pursue her unique style, eventually becoming highly acclaimed for opening up new possibilities in abstract art.

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