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Yoshio Markino

United Kingdom (1874 -  1956 ) Wikipedia® : Yoshio Markino
MARKINO Yoshio The Carlton Porch At Night

Leonard Joel
Dec 5, 2010
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Yoshio Markino - South Kensington, London

Yoshio Markino - South Kensington, London

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Yoshio Markino (Japanese, 1874-1956)

South Kensington, London

signed with monogram (lower right)

pencil and watercolour heightened with white

24 x 34cm (9 1/2 x 13 3/8in).

Footnotes

Yoshio Markino was born Heijiro Makino in Toyota, Japan. In 1893 at the age of 24 he departed from Yokohama bound for San Francisco where he studied at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art. He remained in the city for four years.

He settled in London in 1897, where he found his artistic niche which culminated in the 1907 publication The Colour of London where his illustrations where greatly admired. Further publications soon followed: The Colour of Paris, 1908; The Colour of Rome, 1908; The Charm of London, 1912 and many others.
Yoshio Markino - The Carlton Porch At Night

Yoshio Markino - The Carlton Porch At Night

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Yoshio Markino (Japanese, 1874-1956) The Carlton Porch at Nightwatercolour signed lower right titled 'Carlton Hotel' lower centreunder mount 34.5 x 26.5cm PROVENANCE Private Collection, AustraliaLITERATURE W. J. Loftie and Yoshio Markino, The Colour of London:Historic, Personal, & Local, Chatto & Windus, London, 1907,illustrated p. 74
Yoshio Markino - Green Park With Buckingham Palace

Yoshio Markino - Green Park With Buckingham Palace

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Lot number: 25
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Yoshio Markino (1869-1956)
Green Park with Buckingham Palace in the background
woodcut in colours, circa 1911, with printed marks Nishimura satsu, Hasegawa koku and Yoshio, with narrow margins, the colours very attenuated, time and mount stained, with a repaired paper loss at the right centre sheet edge, framed
B. 245 x 350mm., S. 249 x 355mm.
Yoshio Markino - The Embankment, London

Yoshio Markino - The Embankment, London

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Lot number: 3575
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Yoshio Markino (1869-1956) and Ito Takashi
(1894-1983)
Two woodblock prints
The
first
entitled
The Embankment,
London
, signed in pencil
Yoshio Markino
, very good
impression, color slightly faded, laid down, glue residue to
margins; the
second
entitled
Kaga no kuni Shibayama
ko
(
Lake Shibayama in Kaga
, dated December, 1929, signed

Takashi
with rectangular cartouche of publisher Watanabe
Shozaburo (A: 1924-1930), very good impression and color, toning,
pinholes, staining.

28 x 50cm and 26.2 x 39cm
Yoshio Markino - Evening, Westminster Bridge

Yoshio Markino - Evening, Westminster Bridge

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Yoshio Markino (Japanese, 1874-1956)
Evening, Westminster Bridge
oil on canvas
50.8 x 76.2 cm. (20 x 30 in.)

Additional Notes:
Provenance:
Acquired by Margarite Venthan in the 1940s;
By descent to the current owner.

In his 1910 publication
A Japanese Artist in London, Markino recounts an evening visit to Westminster Bridge:

"London was in her most beautiful evening dress...Westminster Bridge, just like many rainbows high up. Pale electric lights and warm umber lights of 'buses on the Bridge, were reflected in the full tide".