Paul Jacoulet, Portrait of a Chamorro Woman, Blue

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Artist: Paul Jacoulet (1896-1960)
Title: Portrait of a Chamorro Woman - Blue
Date: 1934
Size: 31.0 x 46.4 cm

Original Japanese woodblock print.

paul jacoulet, Portrait of a Chamorro Woman - Blue, french artist
paul jacoulet, Portrait of a Chamorro Woman - Blue, french artist paul jacoulet, Portrait of a Chamorro Woman - Blue, french artist

Paul Jacoulet was a French, Japan-based woodblock print artist known for a style that mixed the traditional ukiyo-e style and techniques developed by the artist himself. Jacoulet is considered one of the few western artists to have mastered the art of woodblock printing sufficiently to be recognised in Japan. His works are almost all of people, either portraits or full body images capturing some background details.

The artist travelled extensively to various islands in Micronesia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Although his most valued works are from this part of the world, he also has a substantial number of prints with subjects from China, Korea, all areas of Japan, and Mongolia.

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Print Format Dai-Oban
Artist Name Paul Jacoulet
Title Portrait of a Chamorro Woman - Blue
Subject Beauty & Female, Others
Dimensions 31.0 x 46.4 cm
Condition Report Light soiling, rubbing on the right bottom, light creases at the bottom.

Paul Jacoulet


Paul Jacoulet was a French, Japan-based woodblock print artist known for a style that mixed the traditional ukiyo-e style and techniques developed by the artist himself. Jacoulet is considered one of the few western artists to have mastered the art of woodblock printing sufficiently to be recognized in Japan. His works are almost all of people, either portraits or full body images capturing some background details.

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