Kotaro Migishi - A Village
Kotaro Migishi - Early Morning
Kotaro Migishi - Starting to Snow
Kotaro Migishi - Dawn
Kotaro Migishi - Community
Kotaro Migishi - Le Tonnere Est Tombe
Kotaro Migishi - Kasbah
Kotaro Migishi - Spring Dawn
Kotaro Migishi - Vinyard
Kotaro Migishi - A Cloud
Kotaro Migishi - Autumn Colour
Kotaro Migishi - Emerging Light
Kotaro Migishi - Avalon In The Fog
Kotaro Migishi - Sunlight
Kotaro Migishi - The Artist, (centre) with Thomas Beckett (right)  at Tokyo Exhibition, April 2006
Kotaro Migishi - The Artist in his studio
Kotaro Migishi - Blue Sky
Kotaro Migishi - Castle in Pink
Kotaro Migishi - Flock of Birds
Kotaro Migishi - Forest
Kotaro Migishi - Hilltop
Kotaro Migishi - Going Home
Kotaro Migishi - Riverside Town
Kotaro Migishi - Bayside
Kotaro Migishi
Kotaro Migishi
10/14/2006 - 11/4/2006
Opening Reception Oct. 14 from 1 - 4 pm
 

We invite you to attend "Part 1" Opening Reception on Saturday October 14th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at 120 Scollard Street, Toronto.

And "Part 2" - Opening Reception on Saturday October 21st from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at 41 Lakeshore Rd. West, Oakville.



Thomas Beckett is honored to announce a new exhibition of paintings, drawings and etchings by internationally acclaimed, Japanese artist Kotaro Migishi.
Beckett Fine Art has been the exclusive North American agent for the artist since 1998. Gallery Director, Thomas Beckett, made the connection with the artist while studying art history at Christie's Auction House in London, England some 21 years ago. He boasts: " The response to Kotaro Migishi's work is the strongest I have ever seen from any artist in over thirty years of appreciating fine art. His colour sense, the subtle nuances of his composition, and his mastery of texture and light are of unprecedented sensitivity."
"I traveled to Tokyo in April 2006 and for the first time experienced a solo exhibition of Kotaro Migishi's oil paintings in his homeland. It was an extraordinary experience for me to witness how the many established collectors and art dealers visiting his exhibition treated the artist. Such a fine degree of respect and dignity was given to this great artist of Japan. A National Treasure."