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Paul Jacoulet

France (1902 -  1960 ) Wikipedia® : Paul Jacoulet
JACOULET Paul Daikoku

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Sep 15, 2018
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Paul Jacoulet - Daikoku

Paul Jacoulet - Daikoku

Original 1952
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Lot number: 317
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Jacoulet, Paul (French, Japan-based, 1896/1902-1960). Daikoku, God of Health, Personified by a Courtesan of the Shimabara, Kyoto. 1952. Woodblock print. Signed in pencil m.r. with coin seal. Title and printer's mark l.r. registration cut l.l. 17 1/2" x 13 1/4". Provenance: From the collection of Richard Smith.
Paul Jacoulet -  La Nouvelle Robe, Metalanim, Ponape

Paul Jacoulet - La Nouvelle Robe, Metalanim, Ponape

Original 1938
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Lot number: 1059
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Paul Jacoulet (1902-1960) Showa era (1926-1989), circa 1938-1948 Two vertical woodblock prints, the first titled La Nouvelle Robe, Metalanim, Ponape (The New Dress, Metalanim, Pohnpei), circa 1938, signed in pencil Paul Jacoulet, tea-jar seal, with edition number 53/150 on verso, the second titled Longévité, Corée-Moppo (Longevity, Moppo, Korea), circa 1948, printed by Fujii Shunosuke, signed in pencil Paul Jacoulet, peach seal, with edition number 27/350 on verso (2) 19 x 14 3/4in (48.5 x 37.4cm) each approximately
Paul Jacoulet -  Jeune Fille De Saipan Et Fleur D'hibiscus. Marianes. (young Girl Of Saipan And Hibiscus Flower).

Paul Jacoulet - Jeune Fille De Saipan Et Fleur D'hibiscus. Marianes. (young Girl Of Saipan And Hibiscus Flower).

Original 1934
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Lot number: 8
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Description: PAUL JACOULET (#8) Woodblock Print, 18.5" x 14.25" Jeune Fille de Saipan et Fleur d'Hibiscus. Marianes. (Young Girl of Saipan and Hibiscus Flower). Signed in pencil lower right above the Fan seal. Seal of the printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 30 June 1934. Numbered 230/350 on reverse. Pristine, excellent condition.
Paul Jacoulet - La Peche Miraculeuse

Paul Jacoulet - La Peche Miraculeuse

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Lot number: 223
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Paul Jacoulet (1896-1960) La Peche Miraculeuse. "Izu, Japon"; Le Bonze Errant. Corée; Vieil Aino Chikabumi Hokkaido (M. 62; 95), 1939; 1948; 1950 Woodcuts in color on Japanese paper, each signed in pencil, La Peche Miraculeuse. "Izu, Japan" is stamp numbered verso 208/350, each with the inkstamp seals of the carver/printer, Maeda/Uchikawa (M.62) and Maeda/Honda (M.95), accompanied by a holiday card edition print, Vieil Aino Chikaumi Hokkaido, with margins, framed. (3) 15 1/2 x 11 13/16in (39.4 x 30.1cm)(M. 62; 95), 5 11/16 x 3 7/8in (14.5 x 9.9cm)
Paul Jacoulet - Un Homme De Yap. Ouest Carolines. (man Of Yap)

Paul Jacoulet - Un Homme De Yap. Ouest Carolines. (man Of Yap)

Original 1935
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Lot number: 97
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Description: PAUL JACOULET (#26) Woodblock Print, 18.75" x 14.125" Un Homme de Yap. Ouest Carolines. (Man of Yap). Signed in pencil lower right above the Mandarin Duck seal. Seals of Kentaro Maeda and Fusakichi Ogawa lower right margin. Published: 26 November 1935. Numbered 213/350 on the reverse. Toned, faint mat burn & tape reverse top margin. Good condition.
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