Samizu Matsuki

Japanese artist who won the Gold Medal at the First New York International Art Show in 1970, the Grand Prix at the Locust Valley Art Show, Long Island, New York in 1971 and the Award of Excellence at the Abraham & Straus-Hempstead Art Show, "Long Island Art '74". In 2011, Samizu was honored for recognition of her 1970's achievements, by the Maine state legislature. Samizu is the first woman to be inducted into the prestigious Salmagundi Club. Read about Samizu's life so far.

Fresh discovery! a long lost Samizu oil painting "The Smilers" has been found in the barn of an abandoned homestead in rural Colorado! Thank you, finder Jim Kenton, for discovering this painting and getting it back to the painter! (note: painting slightly damaged by mildew)

Seven of Samizu's major paintings, with commentary below each. Includes rediscovered watercolor "Harlem, 1971" )

Samizu Matsuki attends October 20, 2011 Salamagundi Club restrospective "Pioneer Women: First Ladies of the Salmagundi Club", is honored for achievements. See Photo Essay.
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