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PAGE I  1978 - 1981          PAGE II  1982 - 1991          PAGE III  1991 - 1999   

SADAO HASEGAWA
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JAPANESE ARTIST, 1945 - 1999, in the tradition of Japanese male erotic art.
This period is dominated by Sadao Hasegawa's amazingly executed drawings, that he developed into a high art, in a style uniquely his own, using pencil ink and gouache, sometimes gold-leaf.
 

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Otoko - Man, 1991

 

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'MAU KEULAR' - it's over, 1991

 

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MIMPIKANn DIRIKU MELIWAT DIRIMU - my dream of sodomizing you

 

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1991

 

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Cumakamu

 

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MONYET - Monkey God.
"My first work with a Thai motif. The character wear the mask of a monkey god for humour.
From now on I might do more Thai motifs."

 

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DARI KALIMANTAN - from Kalimantan, 1992

 

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TOPENG - mask, NAGA - dragon, 1992

 

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1992

 

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"A deity's tears fall to his chest while mingling with saliva of his embracer.
The tears and saliva mix and fall, mixing with the deity's semen.
This falls into the mouth of a third youth who holds a KERIS.
The Keris is used by indonesians to ward off evil.
From his open mouth the mixture spills onto his chest and thighs.
As it finally splaches down, the droplets fly up becoming all-seeing eyes."
1992

 

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ISAP - blotting, NAFSU - lust, GAIRA - passion, KEGAIBAN - mysteriousness,
CINTA - love, NGENTOT - gay, 1992

 

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Pond, 1992

 

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PURI NAGA - castle dragon, 1992

 

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ALAM FANA, 1993

 

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SEHIDUP SEMAT! I - lively pecker! I, 1993

 

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'SEHIDUP SEMAT!' II - lively pecker! II, 1993

 

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OM SWASTIASTU - prayer for well-being, 1993

 

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TIRTA AMERATA. At the bath, 1993

 

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'LOBA LOBA' - greedy greedy, 1993

 

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BAGAIMANA? - what about? ADUH! - wow! LIHATLA! - see! 1993

 

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'2', 1993

 

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'BOLEH SAJA' - it's OK

 

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INTIP - spy-ware, 1994

 

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Socked, 1994

 

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Rush I

 

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Rush II

 

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Lotus bed

 

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Duet, 1994

 

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BIKE, 1994

 

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FOR ONLY YOU CAN HEAL THIS LONELY HEART, 1994

 

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I stayed at a small hotel in Bali, near Seminyak. The hotel was in the middle of a rice paddy.
At night, a great chorous of frogs could be heard. By day sparrows came to the rice ears.
In the water were fish, tadpoles and insects. A bird park was filled with blooming lotus.
These things all waited for me everywhere I went!
The Thai phrase means, "You have smooth, deliscious-looking skin."
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Close I, 1998

 

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SEHIDUP SEMAT! - lively pecker! Close II, 1998

 

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Tathagata Mahavairocana I, 1999

 

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Tathagata Mahavairocana II, 1999

 

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Acalanatha, 1999

 

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Ragaraja I, 1999

 

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Ragaraja II, 1999

 

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October 20, 1999

SADAO HASEGAWA committed suicide in Bangkok, Thailand, November 20, 1999. No note was left. A souvenir of Yukio Mishima was on the table. For a more comprehensive analysis of Sadao Hasegawa's role in homo-erotic art, see: Gengoro Tagame, Gay Erotic Art in Japan, vol. 2..
 
WIKIPEDIA says: A few days before his death, Hasegawa had lunch with friend and American artist, John C. Goss. Jovial and witty as usual, he showed Goss photos of his latest paintings - a series depicting nude, Hindu-inspired male deities. These works would come to be exhibited at a memorial exhibition, along with a final series of starkly disembodied and erect phalluses unlike anything else Hasegawa ever created. Hasegawa's brother had cleaned out the artist's apartment and thrown out all of his works, unaware of their value, but rescued them after receiving a letter posted from Bangkok by Hasegawa asking that his works be sold at the Naruyama Gallery following his death. According to Toshie Urabe, who spoke with Hasegawa's brother, the only clues left at the scene of his death were a small piece of rope (he had asphixiated himself using rope tied around a door knob) and a small stone on which he had painted a portrait of Yukio Mishima (Hasegawa's death preceded the anniversary of Mishima's own suicide).
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