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Fuji and Lake

Fuji and Lake
by Terauchi

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Artist: Terauchi
Title: Fuji and Lake (given title; official title unknown)
Date 1st edition?1930 (in the decade of)
Publisher 1st edition?Self
Publisher (this edition)?Self
Medium (1st edition): Watercolour
Medium (this edition): Watercolour
Format (1st edition): Aiban
Format (this edition): Aiban
DB artwork code: 45405

TERAUCHI, Fukutaro. [Japanese, 1891-1964]. Landscape with Mount Fuji. 9 ¼ x 12 ¾ inches (image); 13 7/8 x 18 5/8 inches (framed). watercolour on paper. offered unopened in old original framing. signed “Terauchi Jr.” on recto. Imperial Japan: Taisho Era, 1920s.

Provenance: Bearing original label on verso from: “H. Takamura & Co. 41 Bentendori, Yokohama, Japan”.

Fukutaro Terauchi was born December 9, 1891 and in 1910 he entered the private school of Kiyoteru Kuroda, where he became a member of the Hakuba association. He died in 1964 and was famous for his detailed watercolors of the different seasons in Japan. This watercolour is signed “Terauchi Jr.” in Latin script. The work has a dreamy quality and is particularly fine. There also seems to be some use of thick gouache as a highlight medium. Works by the artist have been sold on eBay, at public auctions, and commercial art galleries. [general web resources]
Notes (this edition)?

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