Kojima Torajirō: Autumn in Sakatsu (1917)

Torajirō Kojima (1881–1929), Autumn in Sakatsu 酒津の秋 (1917), oil on canvas, 87.5 x 115 cm, Ohara Museum of Art 大原美術館, Kurashiki, Japan. Wikimedia Commons.

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  1. Very beautiful! I used to think that he was very much oriented towards Russian schools. But he studied in Paris, I see now.

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    1. His story fascinates me….such an interesting blending of cultures. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Zettl. 🙂

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  2. cindy knoke says:

    Beautiful and new to me. Thank you for the introduction!

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    1. I didn’t do enlarged clips because my blog is running out of space, but the magnified views are incredible. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Cindy. 🙂

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  3. Just beautiful. I didn’t know there were Japanese impressionists.

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    1. That is why he fascinates me…such an interesting history. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. 🙂

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  4. Ashley says:

    Thank you for introducing me to this so so talented artist. 🙋‍♂️

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    1. My pleasure, Ashley! I am so pleased you enjoy his work, too. 🙂

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  5. Beautiful, Sunnyside. I would love to wake up to that seen every morning!

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  6. Poor Van Gogh! Should have stuck around. The Japanese paid him the finest compliment ever — to imitate his art as he had imitated theirs! Wonderful to see this now. Totally new-to-me.

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    1. My thoughts, exactly, Aletha! Makes me smile. 🙂

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  8. jonicaggiano says:

    These are very beautiful. I like the one of the young girl and the woman where there are several paintings. Thanks for sharing history and works. Blessings to you. 🦋

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    1. I am so pleased you enjoy these, Joni. Thanks for visiting. 🙂

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  9. Yes, definitely showing his influence of impressionism

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