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(French, Paul Jacoulet is renowned for his stunningly intricate designs, his eloquently romantic subjects and his complex printing techniques. In Jacoulet’s best work, images of the most extravagantly aristocratic exoticism stand besi

Paul Jacoulet (French: 1896–1960) | Les deux frères, Izu, Japon

Paul Jacoulet (1896 – 1960, French)

Les deux freres, Izu, Japon (Two Brothers) Paul Jacoulet – French)

Women wearing traditional Ainu clothes sing and dance before tourists at the Ainu Museum in the town of Shiraoi in Hokkaido on Oct. 24.

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Women wearing traditional Ainu clothes sing and dance before tourists at the Ainu Museum in the town of Shiraoi in Hokkaido on Oct.

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(French, Paul Jacoulet is renowned for his stunningly intricate designs, his eloquently romantic subjects and his complex printing techniques. In Jacoulet’s best work, images of the most extravagantly aristocratic exoticism stand besi

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

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 (1896 – 1960, French)

Paul Jacoulet (1896 – 1960, French)

Paul Jacoulet Original Woodprint 1954

Paul Jacoulet Original Woodprint 1954

Japanese Art, Painting Prints

Paul Jacoulet : La Balance. Chinois.  (The Scale. Chinese.) at Davidson Galleries

(French, Paul Jacoulet is renowned for his stunningly intricate designs, his eloquently romantic subjects and his complex printing techniques. In Jacoulet’s best work, images of the most extravagantly aristocratic exoticism stand besi

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Mongolie, 1958 by Paul Jacoulet. Ukiyo-e.

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