Permanescence TN694-T - 1975 - 1976 is a painting by the Japanese contemporary artist Hachiro Kanno. This artwork belongs to an abstract register and draws its influences from Japanese calligraphy. For this painting, created with ink and acrylic, only black, white and blue are used. The brushstrokes, vigorous and yet elegant, are clearly visible and suggest the painter's gestures. The contrast between the dark background and the blue, a very brilliant and vibrant shade that the artist chose, seems to spread a sort of energy from the painting. This artwork is a triptych composed of three panels measuring 100 cm x 65 cm each.

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