Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita (1886-1968) "the most Japanese of the painters of Paris". Bowl cut and round glasses on his nose, he was one of the great actors of the Roaring Twenties (early 1920s), adored for his exoticism and originality.
A friend of Picasso and Modigliani, he made women and cats his favorite subjects: "I believe that felines were given to men so that they could learn about women".
As can be seen in this lithograph, Fujita uses a fine, calligraphic line that recalls the Japanese tradition from which he comes.
Woman - Animals - Naked
Signed by the artist
Very good state
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