Kinosuke EBIHARA

Born in 1904 and a native of Kagoshima prefecture, Ebihara was active in France and Japan throughout the late Taisho (1912-1926) and Showa (1926-1989) periods. He frequently relied on an intense color he called “Ebihara blue,” and often chose horses for subject matter.

Ebihara closely associated with Léonard Tsugouharu Fujita (1886-1968), whom he considered a lifelong teacher. He passed away in 1970 while staying in Paris. Collections of his works are held at the Kagoshima City Museum of Art, the Kodama Art Museum, and the Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art.

 


"Mobilizing the Horsemen"

1961
Lithograph
Image size: 56.7x41.6cm
Sheet size: 64.0x48.7cm
Ed. 50
Signed

"Eel"

1957
Lithograph
Image size: 57.0x43.0cm
Sheet size: 65.7x50.5cm
Ed. 50
Signed

"Carrying the Fire"

1956
Lithograph
Image size: 56.0x40.3cm
Sheet size: 63.5x45.5cm
Ed. 50
Signed

 


"Daughter and Parent"

Lithograph
Image size: 55.0x41.4cm
Sheet size: 64.0x45.4cm
Ed. 50
Signed

"Weaving a Basket"

1959
Lithograph
Image size: 55.4x42.0cm
Sheet size: 65.7x50.7cm
E.P.
Signed

"Woodcutter"

Lithograph
Image size: 53.3x40.0cm
Sheet size: 64.0x45.6cm
Ed. 50
Signed

 


"Sleeping Soundly"

1959
Lithograph
Image size: 55.3x40.7cm
Sheet size: 64.3x45.2cm
E.P.
Signed

"Like a Stone Monument"

1956
Lithograph
Image size: 52.0x38.8cm
Sheet size: 64.0x45.3cm
Ed. 50
Signed

"Men Burning Books"

1956
Lithograph
Image size: 56.0x40.6cm
Sheet size: 64.0x45.2cm
Ed. 50
Signed

 


"Festival"

1954
Lithograph
55.5x36.5cm
Ed. 100
Signed

 


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