Hiyashi NoBuo Large Oil on Canvas – Lake & Snowy Mountains

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Hiyashi NoBuo Large Oil on Canvas – Lake & Snowy Mountains

PRESENTING a Beautiful Substantial Oil on Canvas, by Japanese Master Impressionist, Hiyashi NoBuo in stunning original gilt wood body.

Attractive landscape scene of mountain lake, forests and snowy mountains in the track record. Probably a Japanese landscape but could very easily be the Rockies or other mountainous place.

The snow lined mountains are beautifully mirrored in the nonetheless/quiet waters of the lake.

In our belief, this is exceptionally painted &#8230. remarkable High quality!

Signed &#8216NoBuo 1952&#8217 on the bottom left.

Very little is recognized about Hyashi NoBuo in this article in the United states of america. We know he was born in 1925 and is regarded as a visible artist. We have a number of his functions in our Assortment and in our feeling he was an &#8216impressionist&#8217 fashion painter. Most of his will work that have appear on to the industry (very handful of have been marketed) require day-to-day scenes of Japanese everyday living and society, all painted in the impressionist design. Even less landscape have ever appeared on the market place by him. He has been exhibited on a lot of situations in high conclude Galleries in Tokyo and is a extremely hugely regarded Japanese Artist.

The rarity of his is effective and infrequency upon which they seem on the sector suggests to us that his performs are really treasured by individuals that have a person.

We undoubtedly truly feel that NoBuo is an less than-appreciated Artist as the quality of his is effective are fantastic. We experience that once, far more of his performs show up for sale that his worth with exponentially enhance.

This is your chance to devote in his will work when the market still undervalues him!!


Hiyashi NoBuo Substantial Oil on Canvas &#8211 Lake & Snowy Mountains.

Provenance: From a DFW (At first Los Angeles) Personal Assortment acquired shortly immediately after WW2.

Dimensions: 44.25 inches vast, 33.5 inches tall and 3 inches deep (Frame)

Ailment: Pretty very good.