Dans L'Isle De Tinian, 1960. One of Jacoulets last works and the last of his shell series. Edition Fewer than 50, Condition: Excellent. Full margins, near perfect paper, there is a quarter inch piece of tape on the top back. No other condition problems. Miles number: 160.
Published in June, 1955. The winter flowers of the island of Oshima are camellias, from which is extracted a famous oil popular as a haridressing. This print would seem to have been inteded as the right half of a pair, but since "Graines de Camellia" all too obviously features the same three girls, it is unlikely that a pair was ever completed. Fair condition, the back of the paper is toned. The colors of the image are bright, some tape residue.
Paul Jacoulet, Dans Les Jardins, 1947 Miles No. 87 Condition: Color Brilliant, Full Margins, Paper Perfect Overall Perfect 199/350 Fewer than 150 images
Paul Jacoulet, Rainbow Series 1934 Chamorro Woman "Red" Seven Women of the South Seas. Condition: Very Good
Paul Jacoulet, Miles # 42. The Awakening, Saipan, Marianas March 1937, Condition Excellent
Paul Jacoulet, La Perruche Morte. Celebes This extremely popular print is an example of a concept that now seems more important as a black and white key block print, with its expert, Matisse like line. The colors lessen the impact of the sorrow of the island maiden with her dead pet parakeet, and the accusation of excessive emotionalism is hard to contradict. Credit: Richard Miles "the prints of Paul Jacoulet" Condition: color beautiful, full margins, pristine condition.
This is Jacoulet's first Manchurian print and the last as the Empire of Chinese Dynasties came to an end in the thirties under the pressure of the Japanese occupation. Silver powders, Bronze powders, Mica, and ground Jade. Credit: Richard Miles. Condition Excellent
Paul Jacoulet, Rainbow Series, Chamorro Woman-Green, 1934. Edition: 150. Condition: Excellent, full margins, excellent paper.
Japanese woodblock, Paul Jacoulet, Menado Man and Mangosteen,1935. Condition: Very Good
The Chief's Daughter. Mogmog Using an old painting from the thirties, Jacoulet experimented with two totally different color schemes for this striking portrait of a young girl from the tiny Yap island called Mogmog. The style of the face is very different from the highly realistic studies he was making for prints to be made into blocks directly from drawings...
Japanese woodblock, Paul Jacoulet, The Geisha Kiyoka, 1935
Paul Jacoulet, Korean Woodblock Print, 1941. One of Jacoulet's most desirable male images. Condition Excellent.
Paul Jacoulet, Autumn Pilgrimages, Miles No. 150 Condition: Color Excellent, Margins Full, Paper Perfect Overall Really Perfect Fewer than 140 created