Artwork Details for Nakamizo Fuji (1889-1950 watercolour) "Junks in a Bay by Mt Fuji"
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Junks in a Bay by Mt Fuji
by Nakamizo Fuji (1889-1950 watercolour)
|Artist:||Nakamizo Fuji (1889-1950 watercolour)|
|Title:||Junks in a Bay by Mt Fuji (1)|
|Medium:||Watercolour - 水彩画|
|Format:||Mitsugiri - 三つ切り, 34 x 17cm (sheet size)
|Condition:||Fine. With tissue cover mounted along top edge.|
|Notes:||Signed and dated by the artist in the lower right area.
(1) This artwork is either untitled or the title is unknown.
|Nakamizo was born in Japan and came to America in 1910 where he studied with, among others, Joseph Pennell. That made him, certainly, a competent etcher, and his etchings are in the collections of a number of American museums. But he was also a painter and, while the influence of Pennell is impossible to find in this striking watercolor, there is a personal style here that seems to span the gap between Japanese art and American Impressionism. Nakamizo was interned at the Topaz, Utah, Japanese-American internment camp during World War II. He died in New York City.
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