Paul Jacoulet / Sorrows of Love, Kusaie, East Carolines

SKU: C21275
Tag: Animal  
Price ¥180,000
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年代 : 昭和15年
サイズ : 47 × 35.8 ㎝
刷 : 優良
保存 : 優良
詳細 : 限定350 / 英数字エディション / 少シワ

ポール ジャクレーはフランスパリの生まれで、3歳の時に来日した。日本文化を学び、油絵・デッサンを黒田清輝と久米桂一郎から、日本画を輝方・蕉園から学んだという。


Date : 1940
Size : 47 × 35.8 ㎝
Impression : Very good
Condition : Very good
Detail : ed. 350 / Edition number in alphameric character / Slight creasing

The girl is surrounded by vivid colors that contrast with the title "Sorrows of Love".
The parakeet in her arms is quietly nestled in her arms as if it has taken in her sorrow.
Paul Jacoulet was born in Paris, France, and moved to Japan when he was three years old. He learned Japanese culture, oil painting and sketching from Kuroda Seiki and Kume Keiichiro, and Japanese painting from Terukata and Shoen.
In 1931, at the suggestion of Fujikake Shizuya, he began to produce woodblock prints, and in 1933 he established the Jacoulet Print Study Institute, where he continued to produce 166 new prints while living together with engravers and printers.
Jacoulet's woodblock prints were sold in the form of distribution, mainly to Westerners in Japan and abroad.
After the war, U.S. military personnel stationed in Japan competed to purchase his works, and retrospective exhibitions were held in various locations in Japan and the United States.

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