Paul Jacoulet, Le Chant Des Vagues, Ponape East Carolines, 1936. The image is a very rare First edition in Excellent Condition.
Paul Jacoulet, Sur Le Sable. This very simple print is also influenced by Jacoulet's earlyer trips to Paris, where he admired the reclining nudes of Matisse. It is interesting to compare this treatment of the same model as Fleurs Violettes (No.41), this time in a Western perspective that uses negative spaces with increasing skill...
Miles,"All prints from No.129 on can be classified as scarce". Fewer than 100 impressions. Condition Excellent
The Yellow Eyed Boys, one of Jacoulet's most successful images. Ohlol, Est Carolines, 1940 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.
Japanese woodblock, Paul Jacoulet, The Geisha Kiyoka, 1935
This is one of Jacoulet's Best. Beautiful Image, Strong Colors. even light toning on front and back, Full Margins. Excellent condition.
Paul Jacoulet, A Down Pour At Metalanim, East Carolines, 1935, Fewer than 225. Condition Excellent.
Paul Jacoulet, Dans Les Jardins, 1947 Miles No. 87 Condition: Color Brilliant, Full Margins, Paper Perfect Overall Perfect 199/350 Fewer than 150 images
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.
The Love Letter, Paul Jacoulet, 1955 Fewer than 60 impressions. Excellent Condition. Rare image.
Paul Jacoulet, Japanese woodblock print, Snowflakes, Korea, 1956. This appealing study of three innocent looking Korean girls in the snow comes from the same series of drawings from the early 30s as No. 131, Vent du Nord. As Jacoulet was becoming increasingly ill and depressed, he returned to some of his lightest and most charming early works to find subjects for subscriber prints...
Paul Jacoulet,The Replacement, Miles (No. 142) The model, a Chinese girl who was living in Seoul, recently lost a baby. Her pet rabbit was a poor substitute, but it gave Jacoulet and idea for an image that has grown steadily more popular since his death. The young lady also was the inspiration for Les Jades (No...
Paul Jacoulet, Rainbow Series, Chamorro Woman-Green, 1934. Edition: 150. Condition: Excellent, full margins, excellent paper.