Tsuguharu Foujita Paintings

Tsuguharu Foujita (1886–1968) was a Japanese born artist who graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. Following his art education, he moved to Paris where he found great success. He became friends with some of the most well known artists of his time, including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Amedeo Modigliani.  Foujita mostly painted women, cats, and self portraits. By the 1920s, he developed his signature style of painting which effortlessly combined both Eastern and Western techniques.

Paintings by Tsuguharu Foujita in Chronological Order:

Jeune femme assise, 1917 Deux Enfants, 1918 Porte d’Arcueil, 1918
Mon intérieur à Paris, 1922 Profil de femme, 1924 Autoportrait dans l’atelier, 1926
Self Portrait with Cat, 1928 Untitled from ‘Les Enfants’, 1929 Young Woman with a Mirror, 1935
Café, 1949 Fillette à la poupée japonaise, 1949 Jeune femme au béret, 1950
Le quai aux fleurs, Notre-Dame, 1950 Nature morte aux oiseaux, 1956 Marchande de Violette, 1958
Jeune Fille, 1961 La petite fille au bol, 1964 Les Deux Soeurs, 1964
Woman and Child, 1965 Les deux chats

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