Hiyashi NoBuo Oil on Canvas – Man & Son

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Hiyashi NoBuo Oil on Canvas – Man & Son

PRESENTING a Beautiful Medium sized Oil on Canvas, by Japanese Grasp Impressionist, Hiyashi NoBuo, in wonderful authentic wooden body.

THIS IS MY Favored NOBUO Painting!


Beautiful Summer, rural landscape scene, of a Japanese gentleman in hat and (presumably) his son, in shorter trousers, going for walks in the Countryside on a route/highway, along with a stream, with bridge, farm properties to the rear, with trees and vegetation in the qualifications.

In our viewpoint, this is extremely painted &#8230. exceptional Quality!

Signed &#8216NoBuo&#8217 on the base ideal.

Outstanding LANDSCAPE PORTRAIT by a listed and significantly exhibited Artist!

WE Actually &#8216Charge&#8217 THIS Portray!

Little is recognised about Hyashi NoBuo listed here in the United states of america. We know he was born in 1925 and is regarded as a visible artist. We have a quantity of his is effective in our Assortment and in our feeling he was an &#8216impressionist&#8217 type painter. Most of his performs that have arrive on to the current market (extremely handful of have been offered) entail day to day scenes of Japanese lifestyle and tradition, all painted in the impressionist type. Even fewer landscape have ever appeared on the market by him. He has been exhibited on a lot of instances in large stop Galleries in Tokyo and is a extremely highly regarded Japanese Artist.

The rarity of his operates and infrequency on which they show up on the current market indicates to us that his performs are really treasured by people that have just one.

We certainly experience that NoBuo is an beneath-appreciated Artist as the high-quality of his works are exceptional. We sense that as soon as, additional of his functions surface for sale that his price with exponentially increase.

This is your chance to commit in his is effective when the market place continue to undervalues him!


Hiyashi NoBuo Oil on Canvas &#8211 Gentleman & Son.

Provenance: From a DFW (Originally Los Angeles) Private Collection obtained shortly right after WW2.

Dimensions: 21.75 inches x 24.5 inches (In Body)

Affliction: Extremely excellent first problem.