The Sadamasa Turtleneck Bodysuit is an elegant bodysuit with high neck and long sleeve design, it is also very suitable to wear as a bottoming shirt, the fabric is comfortable and fits the skin.
- Fabric: 92% Polyester and 8% Spandex
- Regular fit
- Crew neck, Turtleneck, Long sleeve, Puff Sleeve
- Fabric weight: 200g/m²
- Care Instruction: machine wash cold with similar colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not iron, do not dry clean.
- Estimated delivery: 30-40 business days
This size guide shows product measurements taken when products are laid flat. Actual product measurements may vary by up to 1″.
Sadamasa Motonaga was a Japanese abstract painter and a founding member of the avant-garde Gutai group. He was born on November 26, 1922 in Mie Prefecture, Japan and initially sought to be a cartoonist before turning his attention to painting, studying under the tutelage of Jiro Yoshihara. A pronounced sense of humor remained in his work throughout his lengthy career, creating paintings which are characterized by simple lines and a gentle palette of muted primary colors. Motonaga gradually expanded his practice to include printmaking, stage design, and children’s books, all while continuing his ongoing elliptical investigation into abstract painting. His awards include the Légion d’Honneur from the French government and the Japanese Purple Ribbon Award; he was the first abstract artist to receive the latter. He died on October 3, 2011 in Kobe, Japan, and his work has been the subject of many retrospectives, including at Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art in Kobe in 1998, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art in 2003, and the Mie Prefectural Museum of Art in 2009. The first Western retrospective of his work was held at the Dallas Museum of Art in 2014.
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