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Foujita Original Ink Drawing Signed Authentic 1920 Circus


Foujita Original Ink Drawing Signed Authentic 1920 Circus
Foujita Original Ink Drawing Signed Authentic 1920 Circus

Foujita Original Ink Drawing Signed Authentic 1920 Circus  Foujita Original Ink Drawing Signed Authentic 1920 Circus

Drawing and signed autograph poem to his muse bookstore not wise. The circus drawing lencre signed. Original drawing in ink signed foujita. Scene of Japanese traditional circus. Japanese traditional circus scene depicting a feline wire-to-fériste dressed in a teapot and waving a fan.

He is accompanied by three musicians in traditional dress. Mounted on a wooden stage, they overlook a public mixing men, women and children. This drawing was probably intended to illustrate a book; we see several alterations to the white gouache and printer marks (numbers and measurement) in the margins and on the back.

He illustrated with 47 drawings in 1927. (Japan tokyo: November 27, 1886 Zurich Switzerland: January 29, 1968). Painter, draftsman and printmaker, illustrator, ceramist, photographer, filmmaker and fashion designer. Son of a general doctor Japanese army in the time of Emperor Mutsuhito, he grew up learning French while studying Western painting at the school of Fine Arts in Tokyo. After graduating in 1910, he moved to Paris in 1913 sembarquant for a long sea voyage to Marseille before joining the capital and, in particular, the artists' quarter, Montparnasse.

Close to Pablo Picasso, amedeo modigliani, matisse or light Fernand, foujita embarks painting successfully during the Great War. In 1917, his first exhibition of watercolors in a hundred and ten mid-kind Japanese, half Gothic, is a triumph. In 1924, he painted youki particular, the goddess of snow, for dautomne lounge. In 1930 he painted four paintings. The lounge Montparnasse, the lion tamer, three women.

The triumph of life over death. After several years of a journey that leads him particularly in Latin America, he returned to Japan in 1933. Caught in the turmoil of war, it supports the action of its militaristic country, both through his paintings such senso-ga (or battle Khalka the river) as his personal commitment. But from 1945 it will approach the United States to continue his career in the West.

We thus find it in New York and then in Paris in the early 1950. Having obtained French citizenship in 1955, converted to Christianity in 1959 before becoming mystical in sinstallant in the Chevreuse valley Villiers-le-botches, leonardo foujita realizes few notable works as the chapel Notre-Dame-de-la-Reims peace that bears his name and where his remains lie now.

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    Foujita Original Ink Drawing Signed Authentic 1920 Circus  Foujita Original Ink Drawing Signed Authentic 1920 Circus