Makoto Fujimura, The Four Holy Gospels

Makoto Fujimura, Charis-Kairos (The Tears of Christ), Mineral Pigments, Gold on Belgium Linen; 2011.
Makoto Fujimura, Matthew (Consider the Lilies); Mineral Pigments, Kumohada Paper, Gold, Platinum and Sumi Ink on Paper; 2011.
Makoto Fujimura, Mark (Water Flames); Nihonga, Gold, and Vermillion on Paper; 2011.
Makoto Fujimura, Luke (Prodigal God); Nihonga, Platinum, Minerals, Gold and Oyster Shell “Gofun” on Paper; 2011.
Makoto Fujimura, John (In the Beginning); Nihonga, Platinum and Sumi on Paper; 2011.

5 thoughts on “Makoto Fujimura, The Four Holy Gospels

  1. “From a true Believer who was born with the “Heart” of an artist…how truely Beautiful the Colors and Meaning,!”

    Sent from Yahoo Mail

  2. These paintings are interesting, but I’m not sure how they connect with the titles.  Can you explain them, or any insights you get personally from them?Laura Johnson

    Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

  3. Every single painting is hauntingly beautiful! I came across Makoto’s name in the prayer devotional, ‘Our Daily Bread (16 August 2022) and googled his name.
    God bless you and your work Makoto as you use your God-given gift to point people to Christ, the One who gave us His all.

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