NFT X Japanese Painting (Nihonga)
(NFT x 日本画)
A unique and non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a digital ledger (blockchain)
Associated with easily-reproducible items as unique items
Use blockchain technology to give the NFT a public proof of ownership
Non-Fungible Tokenの略, 非代替性トークン。
Nihonga (日本画, “Japanese-style paintings”) are Japanese paintings from about 1900 onwards that have been made in accordance with traditional Japanese artistic conventions, techniques and materials. While based on traditions over a thousand years old, the term was coined in the Meiji period of Imperial Japan, to distinguish such works from Western-style paintings or Yōga (洋画). (from Wikipedia)
Japanese Painter (Nihongaka)
Shinsuke Shiroiwa ( 白岩伸介, July 18, 1935 -) is Japanese Artist, Japanese Painter, Nihonga Painter.
His real name is Keisuke Shiroiwa (白岩圭介）He was born in Tokiwa- machi, Fukushima Prefecture.
He graduated from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, and became a disciple of Seison Maeda, Ikuo Hirayama, and Kyochu Suda. He is a member of Nihon Bijutsuin and Kamakurakai.
He took part in the part of restoration of the paintings at the ancient tombs of Takamatsu-zuka.
白岩 伸介（しろいわ しんすけ) は日本画家、教育者。本名は圭介(けいすけ) 。