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    Léonard Foujita - Le café

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    Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita, Cafe, 1918

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    Café (1949). Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita (Japanese, 1886-1962). Success came quickly for Foujita, and he was commissioned to paint a portrait of the Emperor of Korea, and subsequently, the Japanese Emperor bought one of his pictures.  In Paris, he was one of the more eccentric artists. His hair was cut in the style of an Egyptian statue; he wore earrings, dressed in tunics and had a tattoo around his wrist. Stylistically, he amalgamated Japanese calligraphic and ukiyo-e techniques with European Modernism, flattening or eliminating perspective while maintaining a silky sinuous line.

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