Hajime Sorayama is the Japanese illustrator, known for his precisely detailed, erotic hand painted portrayals of women and feminine robots.
Gorgeous Signed Limited Edition Lithograph by Hajime Sorayama featuring a stylized nude with golden lasso and snake.
Fine Art Lithograph professionally printed on Brilliant Art Gloss Paper.
Image Dimensions: 38.5" x 27"
- Origin: Private Collector
- Condition: Print has a small chip in pink background between the knees and dents in the top left edge that do not effect/mar the image. Please see pictures for details. Print has always been stored flat but may have minor imperfections such as surface scuffs that are difficult to photograph at best.
Print is hand signed and numbered #220/240 by the artist, Hajime Sorayama.
- Shipping: Print will be shipped in a wide tube.
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Hajime Sorayama (born February 22, 1947) is a Japanese illustrator, known for his precisely detailed, erotic hand painted portrayals of women and feminine robots.
Hajime Sorayama was born in 1947 in Imabari, Ehime prefecture, Japan.
He received his basic education at Imabari Kita High School. In 1965 he was admitted to the Shikoku Gakuin University, where he began to study Greek and English literature. After the publication of his first work, Pink Journal, he transferred to Tokyo's Chuo Art School where he began to study art.
Sorayama graduated in 1968 at the age of 21, and gained an appointment in an advertising agency. He became a freelance illustrator in 1972.
In 1978 he drew his first robot. Hajime Sorayama's infamous works continue to inspire both audiences and artists alike.