Chief's Daughter Mogomog~paul Jacoulet Woodblock Art~matted & Ready-to-frame For Sale
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“La Fille du Chef, Mogomog”
(The Chief’s Daughter, Mogomog)
Paul Jacoulet, 1953
Full Color Woodblock Print (detail)
Pacific Asia Museum Collection.
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Child
Copyright 2000 Pacific Asia Museum
Ready-to-Frame. (Display Frame not included.)
This petite print is a detail from a colored woodblock print rendered in 1953, gifted to the Pacific Asia Museum by Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Child. The title of that original was, in English, (THE CHIEF’S DAUGHTER, MOGOMOG).
The print presents in a double mat of cream and Florentine with a foam core backing. The image area is 3 ¾” x 4 ¾”, very similar to the Surimonos of the 1940s. The completed size is 8” x 10”, sized to fit one of the standard stock sized frames or of course perfect for a custom design.
The print is signed in the plate and additionally an identifying label has been attached to the backside.
Paul Jacoulet, of Japanese/French dissent was born in France in 1896 and immigrated with his parents to Japan in 1906. Extensively trained in the Arts, Jacoulet spent his life in Japan and pursued particularly the medium of woodblock printing, until his passing in 1937.
Complimenting his prints with color, remarkably detailed, THE CHIEF’S DAUGHTER, MOGOMOG presents a young Micronesian lady, attired in her native costume with likely the blossoms of a Chennel Plant in the background. Displayed solo or as part of a collection with our other similarly matted Jacoulet prints, the YOUNG SAIPAN GIRL is certain to make a lovely focal point in your home. Ready-to-Frame. (Display Frame not included.)
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