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Léonard Foujita, Field Work

Léonard Foujita Field Work, 1928

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Informations about this artwork
  • Medium

    Print : lithography

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    11.1 x 8.9 x 0.1 inch

  • Support

    Print on paper

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 97 copies
    1 remaining copy

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Plate signed

  • Offered by the gallery

    Wallector Srl
    Rome - Italy

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Image dimensions: 20 x 15.2 cm.

    Field Work is a superb color lithograph on paper, from the volume composed by 16 illustrations by leonard tsuguharu Foujita, "Propos d'un intoxiqué ,written by Jules Boissiére.

    A really high-quality print of the original watercolor by Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita, published by Javal and Bourdeaux in 1928, printed "au trait" by Gaston Proust and "mises en couleurs" by the atelier Daniel Jacomet et C. of Paris.

    From a limited edition of 97 prints. Signed by the artist on plate on lower left margin.

    With an extreme delicatessen of touch, color and sign, Foujita describes the hard field work: the plowing and the work done by the animals.

    With bright colors, our specimen from a limited edition and with the recognizable sign of the master Foujita is the perfect piece for your precious private collection, only for connoisseurs!

    "Léonard Foujita, Image et Parole", Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, 1988-1989, n. 28

    Catalogue of the exihibition "Léonard Foujita, Image et Parole", Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, 1988-1989, n. 28
    Catalog Sylvie Buisson, under the reference 28-205 (volume II, page 552)
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Themes: Everyday life, Animal

rural landscape



Léonard Foujita

Japan Born in: 1886 Famous artist

The Lewis Caroll of painting. This is how Jean Cocteau used to call Master Léonard Foujita Tsuguharu, referring to the naive side of some of his works. He is one of the most famous artists of the Roaring Twenties (1920-1929), both in style and by his sense of fun and his friendships with leading artists of the time, such as Picasso, Derain, Apollinaire, Modigliani, Soutine, Van Dongen, Chagall, Pascin, Zadkine and in general with all the artists who were part of the School of Paris at its beginnings.

He was a master of the brush stroke: influenced by Michelangelo, Poussin and Rodin, Tsuguharu Fujita is successful with his personal style, his shiny white backs that catch the light and the subtle contours in black ink of his subjects. Steeped in European modernity, he will retain a sober and Eastern accuracy, combining "the rigor of Japanese relating to freedom of Matisse," as he said himself. After his baptism, he will prénommer Leonardo, as a reference to Leonardo da Vinci.

Painter and printmaker, Leonard Foujita was also a draftsman, illustrator, sculptor, ceramist, photographer, filmmaker, designer fashion, designer ...

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Léonard Foujita, Field Work
Léonard Foujita, Field Work Léonard Foujita, Field Work