Original woodblock print, Printed by Onodera Yoshizō - Paul Jacoulet (1896-1960) - "Le Genie Sans Nom Coree" - Japan - 1953
Original woodblock print by Paul Jacoulet (1896-1960), 1953.
A young Korean man carving a Buddha figure.
Title: "Le Genie Sans Nom Coree"
Original pencil signature, Peony seal. Stamped ”Present” on the reverse, so this was a gift from Jacoulet or his publisher.
Names of the printer in the right margin: Onodera Yoshizō 小野寺芳造
Fine bronze mica, gofun on gown.
Some tanning in margins. Minor dirt on cheek.
Paul Jacoulet (1896-1960)
Moved to Japan age 6. One of few Western artists to be recognized as a skilled ukiyo-e artist in Japan. He studied under Seiki Kuroda, Takeji Fujishima and Ikeda Terukata. He made his first woodblock print in 1934, his last in 1960.
There are 166 known prints by him. He used 60-300 blocks per print, using expensive materials such as silver and gold, embossing and lacqueres.
Without margins size 39 x 30 cm.
- Xilografia originale
- Stampa a blocchi di legno policroma
- Regione/ Paese d'origine
- Paul Jacoulet (1896-1960)
- Figura buddista, Uomo
- Titolo dell'opera
- "Le Genie Sans Nom Coree"
- In condizioni ragionevoli, vedi descrizione
- 0×36×47 cm