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Painter, Lithographer, b. 1921 - d. 2009

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        • Yasse TABUCHI 1921—2009 La forêt marine - 1988
          Apr. 05, 2024

          Yasse TABUCHI 1921—2009 La forêt marine - 1988

          Est: €800 - €1,200

          Yasse TABUCHI La forêt marine - 1988 Huile sur toile Signée de l'initiale en bas à droite "t", contresignée, datée et titrée au dos "tabuchi, La forêt marine, 1988" H : 55.0 cm, L : 46.0 cm Provenance : Don de l'artiste à l'actuel propriétaire

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Signed and numbered by hand.
          Feb. 08, 2024

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Signed and numbered by hand.

          Est: €250 - €300

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Hand signed and numbered. Size: 90 x 63 cm. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 grams d’Arches vellum paper, copy 203/250. Signed and numbered by hand.
          Feb. 08, 2024

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 grams d’Arches vellum paper, copy 203/250. Signed and numbered by hand.

          Est: €200 - €250

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 203/250. Hand signed and numbered. Size: 90 x 63 cm. The Olympic Suite is made up of 50 lithographs and serigraphs chosen to represent various contemporary artistic trends. It was published to commemorate the first centenary of modern Olympism. The artists chosen work in very diverse movements and styles, from the hyperrealism of Antonio López to the abstraction of Sol Lewitt, including abstract expressionism, the geometrism of Arden Quin, conceptual art, pop art, the new realism of Baldaccini and Rotella, and the new fauvism of Dokoupil, among others. Among the artists represented there are creators of great international renown, widely recognised by the critics. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI - PAYSAGE ONIRIQUE
          Jan. 16, 2024

          YASSE TABUCHI - PAYSAGE ONIRIQUE

          Est: CHF80 - CHF100

          This description has been translated automatically: Yasse TABUCHI (1921-2009) Dreamscape, 1967 Original lithograph Artist name printed Printed in the Clot, Bramsen and Georges workshops in 1967 On vellum, 27.5 x 21.5 cm (10.8" x 8.4") Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Yasse TABUCHI (1921-2009) Paysage onirique, 1967 Lithographie originale Nom de l'artiste imprimé Imprimée dans les ateliers Clot, Bramsen et Georges en 1967 Sur vélin, 27, 5 x 21, 5 cm (10, 8" x 8, 4") Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

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        • TABUCHI Yasse - Paysage onirique
          Jan. 07, 2024

          TABUCHI Yasse - Paysage onirique

          Est: CHF60 - CHF120

          This description has been translated automatically: Yasse TABUCHI (1921-2009) Dreamscape, 1967 Original lithograph Artist name printed Printed in the Clot, Bramsen and Georges workshops in 1967 On vellum, 27.5 x 21.5 cm (10.8" x 8.4") Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Yasse TABUCHI (1921-2009) Paysage onirique, 1967 Lithographie originale Nom de l'artiste imprimé Imprimée dans les ateliers Clot, Bramsen et Georges en 1967 Sur vélin, 27, 5 x 21, 5 cm (10, 8" x 8, 4") Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

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        • Le décor d'une pièce manquée
          Dec. 14, 2023

          Le décor d'une pièce manquée

          Est: ¥150,000 - ¥200,000

          signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse)

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        • Yasse TABUCHI
          Nov. 07, 2023

          Yasse TABUCHI

          Est: CHF60 - CHF120

          Yasse TABUCHI (1921-2009) Paysage onirique, 1967 Lithographie originale Nom de l'artiste imprimé Imprimée dans les ateliers Clot, Bramsen et Georges en 1967 Sur vélin, 27, 5 x 21, 5 cm (10, 8" x 8, 4") Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée. This description has been translated automatically : Yasse TABUCHI (1921-2009) Dreamscape, 1967 Original lithograph Artist name printed Printed in the Clot, Bramsen and Georges workshops in 1967 On vellum, 27.5 x 21.5 cm (10.8" x 8.4") Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 – France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 gram Velin d'Arches paper, copy 114/250. Signed, dated and justified by hand.
          Sep. 26, 2023

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 – France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 gram Velin d'Arches paper, copy 114/250. Signed, dated and justified by hand.

          Est: €250 - €300

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 grams Vélin d'Arches paper, copy 114/250. Signed, dated and justified by hand. Size: 90 x 63 cm. The Olympic Suite is made up of fifty lithographs and serigraphs chosen to represent various contemporary artistic trends. It was published to commemorate the first centenary of modern Olympism. The artists chosen work in very diverse movements and styles, from the hyperrealism of Antonio López to the abstraction of Sol Lewitt, including abstract expressionism, the geometrism of Arden Quin, conceptual art, pop art, the new realism of Baldaccini and Rotella, and the new fauvism of Dokoupil, among others. Among the artists represented there are creators of great international renown, widely recognised by the critics. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, 110/250. Signed and justified by hand.
          Sep. 06, 2023

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, 110/250. Signed and justified by hand.

          Est: €250 - €300

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 110/250. Signed and justified by hand. This work is part of the "Suite Olympic Centennial", complete edition 110/250, which will be auctioned on 27 September 2022, in 50 consecutive lots numbered 35245230 to 35245280. Measurements: 90 x 63 cm. The Olympic Suite is made up of fifty lithographs and serigraphs chosen to represent various contemporary artistic trends. It was published to commemorate the first centenary of modern Olympism. The artists chosen work in very diverse movements and styles, from the hyperrealism of Antonio López to the abstraction of Sol Lewitt, including abstract expressionism, the geometrism of Arden Quin, conceptual art, pop art, the new realism of Baldaccini and Rotella, and the new fauvism of Dokoupil, among others. Among the artists represented there are creators of great international renown, widely recognised by the critics. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important prize from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Signed and numbered by hand.
          Jul. 11, 2023

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Signed and numbered by hand.

          Est: €250 - €300

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Hand signed and numbered. Size: 90 x 63 cm. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 grams vélin d'Arches paper, copy 197/250. Hand signed and numbered.
          May. 16, 2023

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 grams vélin d'Arches paper, copy 197/250. Hand signed and numbered.

          Est: €250 - €300

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on 270 grams vélin d'Arches paper, copy 197/250. Hand signed and numbered. Measurements: 90 x 63 cm. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (1921 Kitakyūshū - 2009 Paris)
          May. 06, 2023

          YASSE TABUCHI (1921 Kitakyūshū - 2009 Paris)

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          "Noyau organique" Öl auf Leinwand. 1956. 81 x 64, 6 cm. Unten rechts mit Pinsel in Braun signiert "Yasse Tabuchi" und datiert, verso ebenfalls signiert, datiert sowie betitelt. Bereits im Grundschulalter lernte Tabuchi die Techniken der Ölmalerei und des Kupferstichs kennen. Während des Zweiten Weltkriegs wurde er im Alter von nur 17 Jahren zum Militärdienst in der japanischen Armee einberufen. Nach dem Krieg kehrte er 1948 an die Universität von Tokio zurück, um dort sein Studium der Kunstgeschichte mit einer Dissertation über den französischen Kolorismus von Delacroix bis Bonnard abzuschließen. Mit dem Ziel an der Sorbonne seine akademische Laufbahn fortzuführen, reiste er im Jahr 1951 nach Paris. Tabuchis abstrakte Ölgemälde in leuchtenden Farben wurden in der französischen Hauptstadt der Nackriegszeit äußert positiv aufgenommen.1953 gab er sein künstlerisches Debüt auf dem Salon des Réalités Nouvelles.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Signed and numbered by hand.
          Mar. 29, 2023

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Signed and numbered by hand.

          Est: €250 - €300

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 220/250. Hand signed and numbered. Size: 90 x 63 cm. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important award from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • Arbre tournesol
          Dec. 01, 2022

          Arbre tournesol

          Est: ¥100,000 - ¥150,000

          signed with initial (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), framed

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        • Yasukazu TABUCHI dit Yasse TABUCHI 1921 - 2009 Trois ouvrages d'exposition
          Nov. 24, 2022

          Yasukazu TABUCHI dit Yasse TABUCHI 1921 - 2009 Trois ouvrages d'exposition

          Est: €50 - €80

          Yasukazu TABUCHI dit Yasse TABUCHI 1921 - 2009 Trois ouvrages d'exposition Trois ouvrages in-4 : Jardins suspendus sans titre Jardin cosmogonique Estimation 50 - 80 €

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        • Yassi Tabuchi (1921-2009): La Fleur Bleue
          Nov. 17, 2022

          Yassi Tabuchi (1921-2009): La Fleur Bleue

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Oil on canvas, 1965, signed 'Tabuchi' and dated lower right, signed, titled and dated on the reverse, with label from Galerie Ariel, Paris. 39 1/2 x 32 in., 41 x 33 in. (frame). 

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        • Yasse TABUCHI (1921 - 2009) Les germes flottants - 1958-59 Huile sur toile
          Oct. 12, 2022

          Yasse TABUCHI (1921 - 2009) Les germes flottants - 1958-59 Huile sur toile

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          Yasse TABUCHI (1921 - 2009) Les germes flottants - 1958-59 Huile sur toile Signée et datée en bas à droite "yasse tabuchi, 59", contresignée, datée et titrée au dos "Yasse Tabuchi, 1958, Les germes flottants" Rapport de condition / Condition report : Toile et châssis d'origine. L'angle inférieur droit est un peu gondolé. L'oeuvre est légèrement sale. Quelques coulures horizontales dans le blanc de la partie inférieure. Quelques traces de frottements sur les bordures avec petits manques associés. Deux petites craquelures verticales partant de la bordure supérieure au centre et à droite. Examiné à la lampe UV : aucune retouche apparente. Original canvas and stretcher. The lower right corner is slightly wavy. The work is slightly dirty. A few horizontal drips in the lower white layer. A few rub marks on the edges with small losses. Two small vertical cracks leaving from the upper edge centre and on the right. Under UV light: no visible retouching. h: 65 w: 92 cm Commentaire : L'authenticité de cette œuvre a été confirmée par les héritiers de l'artiste et par la Galerie des Tuiliers. Oil on canvas; signed and dated lower right, signed again, dated and titled on the reverse Estimation 2 000 - 3 000 €

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        • Yasse Tabuchi - Hours - 1967 Lithograph 10.75" x 8.5"
          Oct. 11, 2022

          Yasse Tabuchi - Hours - 1967 Lithograph 10.75" x 8.5"

          Est: $100 - $200

          "Hours" by Yasse Tabuchi, 1967 Unsigned Lithograph. Paper size is 10.75 x 8.5 inches, with an image size of 10.75 x 8.5 inches. The Lithograph is from an edition size of 2500 and is not framed. The condition was rated A: Mint. Additional details: Derives from a publication of 33 first edition lithographs in four colors, all completed for the final (6th) edition of The Situationalist Times: International Parisian Edition, produced in the spring and autumn of 1967. Artists of these two movements, CoBrA and Figuration Narrative, make up the bulk of the contributors to this 6th and last issue.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, 110/250. Signed and justified by hand.
          Sep. 27, 2022

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, 110/250. Signed and justified by hand.

          Est: €250 - €300

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 110/250. Signed and justified by hand. This work is part of the "Suite Olympic Centennial", complete edition 110/250, which will be auctioned on 27 September 2022, in 50 consecutive lots numbered 35245230 to 35245280. Measurements: 90 x 63 cm. The Olympic Suite is made up of fifty lithographs and serigraphs chosen to represent various contemporary artistic trends. It was published to commemorate the first centenary of modern Olympism. The artists chosen work in very diverse movements and styles, from the hyperrealism of Antonio López to the abstraction of Sol Lewitt, including abstract expressionism, the geometrism of Arden Quin, conceptual art, pop art, the new realism of Baldaccini and Rotella, and the new fauvism of Dokoupil, among others. Among the artists represented there are creators of great international renown, widely recognised by the critics. A watercolour painter, engraver, lithographer and ceramist, during the Second World War, at the age of 17, Yasse Tabuchi was called up for military service. In 1948 he returned to Tokyo, where he began his studies in art history, specialising in French painting. In 1951 Tabuchi travelled to Paris to continue his studies at the prestigious Sorbonne University, where he exhibited at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, an association of Parisian artists focusing on abstract art. The lyrical abstraction he developed in his works led him to acquire great success in post-war French society. Specifically, Tabuchi's lyrical abstraction consisted in the rejection of the representation of objective reality, as this led the public to draw their own conclusions about the work. In 1958 Tabuchi took part in an exhibition of Japanese abstract art and became known in his native country. In 1985 he received an important prize from the French government for his contribution to French heritage.

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        • YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 115/250. Signed and justified by hand.
          Apr. 05, 2022

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 115/250. Signed and justified by hand.

          Est: €300 - €400

          YASSE TABUCHI (Japan 1921 - France, 2009). Untitled, 1992, from the series "Olympic Suite". Lithograph on vélin d'Arches paper, 270 grams, copy 115/250. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 90 x 63 cm.

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        • Le cercle des ombres
          Mar. 03, 2022

          Le cercle des ombres

          Est: ¥700,000 - ¥1,000,000

          signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), not examined out of the frame

          Mallet Auction
        • TABUCHI YASSE
          Oct. 26, 2021

          TABUCHI YASSE

          Est: €4,000 - €5,000

          'En votre absence, la fête'

          Campo & Campo
        • Un vieux pin au soleil couchant
          Oct. 07, 2021

          Un vieux pin au soleil couchant

          Est: ¥500,000 - ¥700,000

          signed with initial, signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Joyeuse compagne-A
          May. 20, 2021

          Joyeuse compagne-A

          Est: ¥600,000 - ¥800,000

          signed with an initial (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Yasse TABUCHI (1921 - 2009) LES GERMES FLOTTANTS - 1958-59 Huile sur toile
          Mar. 31, 2021

          Yasse TABUCHI (1921 - 2009) LES GERMES FLOTTANTS - 1958-59 Huile sur toile

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          Yasse TABUCHI (1921 - 2009) LES GERMES FLOTTANTS - 1958-59 Huile sur toile Signée et datée en bas à droite "yasse tabuchi, 59", contresignée, datée et titrée au dos "Yasse Tabuchi, 1958, Les germes flottants" h: 65 w: 92 cm Commentaire : L'authenticité de cette œuvre a été confirmée par les héritiers de l'artiste et par la Galerie des Tuiliers. Oil on canvas; signed and dated lower right, signed again, dated and titled on the reverse Estimation 2 000 - 3 000 €

          Artcurial
        • Sakura!Sakura!No.1(diptyque)
          Jan. 28, 2021

          Sakura!Sakura!No.1(diptyque)

          Est: ¥1,000,000 - ¥1,500,000

          oil on canvas, signed with initial (lower right), superieur: signed and titled (on the reverse), inferieur: signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1994, framed, Exhibited: 'Yasse Tabuchi-Jardin Cosmogonique', The Museum of Modern Art Kamakura, 12 May - 16 June 1996, illustrated in the exhibition catalogue as No.24

          Mallet Auction
        • L'ombre des fleurs
          Jan. 28, 2021

          L'ombre des fleurs

          Est: ¥700,000 - ¥1,000,000

          oil on canvas, signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1961, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • YASSE TABUCHI (1921-2009) La plante qui se déplace, 1958 Huile
          Nov. 29, 2020

          YASSE TABUCHI (1921-2009) La plante qui se déplace, 1958 Huile

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          YASSE TABUCHI (1921-2009) La plante qui se déplace, 1958 Huile sur Isorel, signé et daté en bas à droite et au dos H: 29,5 X L: 58 cm YASSE TABUCHI (1921-2009) "La plante qui se déplace", 1958 Oil on Isorel, signed et dated H: 29,5 X W: 58 cm YASSE TABUCHI (1921-2009) La plante qui se déplace, 1958 Olieverf op Isorelplaat Getekend en gedateerd rechtsonder en op rug H: 29,5 X B: 58 cm

          Antenor Auction
        • TABUCHI, Yasse (*20.5.1921 Kitakyūshū +24.11.2009 Vauhallan),
          Nov. 21, 2020

          TABUCHI, Yasse (*20.5.1921 Kitakyūshū +24.11.2009 Vauhallan),

          Est: -

          TABUCHI, Yasse (*20.5.1921 Kitakyūshū +24.11.2009 Vauhallan), Öl/ Lw, "Noyau Organique", aus seiner Periode der "l´Abstraction lyrique", rechts unten signiert und datiert (19)56, verso betitelt, signiert und dat., ca. 81 x 65 cm, randig kleinere Besch. i d Malschicht, orig. Holzleiste der Zeit

          zeitGenossen Antiquitäten - Kunst - Design
        • Paul KALLOS (1928-2001) - Sans titre, 1956
          Nov. 20, 2020

          Paul KALLOS (1928-2001) - Sans titre, 1956

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          Paul KALLOS (1928-2001) Sans titre, 1956 Huile sur toile, signée et datée en bas à droite H. 113 cm - L. 162 cm Provenance : Collection Colette Creuzevault

          De Baecque & Associés
        • L'ombre sur l'eau
          Sep. 10, 2020

          L'ombre sur l'eau

          Est: ¥1,000,000 - ¥1,500,000

          oil on canvas, signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1961, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Joyeuse compagne-A
          Sep. 10, 2020

          Joyeuse compagne-A

          Est: ¥800,000 - ¥1,200,000

          oil and gold leaf on canvas, signed with an initial (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1989, framed, Exhibited: 'Yasse Tabuchi Odyssey of the Monad-1989', Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo, 5 December 1989- 19 January 1990, illustrated in the exhibition catalogue as No.24

          Mallet Auction
        • Yasse Tabuchi (1921-2009), La mer, 1960
          Jul. 15, 2020

          Yasse Tabuchi (1921-2009), La mer, 1960

          Est: €5,000 - €7,000

          olio su tela, cm 92x60 firmato e datato in basso a destra firmato, intitolato e datato al retro, Provenienza: Collezione privata, Milano

          Cambi Casa d'Aste
        • Yasse TABUCHI [japonais], Le cercles des ombres, 1961
          Jun. 24, 2020

          Yasse TABUCHI [japonais], Le cercles des ombres, 1961

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          Yasse TABUCHI [japonais] (1921-2009) Le Cercle des ombres, 1961 Huile sur toile. Signée en bas à droite. Signée, datée et titrée au dos. 81 x 100 cm Provenance : Galerie Lucien Durand, Paris.

          Ader
        • YASSE TABUCHI - "Sin título"
          Jun. 23, 2020

          YASSE TABUCHI - "Sin título"

          Est: -

          Numerada 199/250 y firmada a lápiz en la parte inferior. Perteneciente a la Suite Olympic Centennial editada en 1992

          Ansorena
        • L'ombre des fleurs
          Jun. 18, 2020

          L'ombre des fleurs

          Est: ¥1,000,000 - ¥1,500,000

          oil on canvas, signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1961, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Yasse Tabuchi (Japanese, 1921-2009) Herbes Folles, 1978
          May. 27, 2020

          Yasse Tabuchi (Japanese, 1921-2009) Herbes Folles, 1978

          Est: $500 - $700

          Yasse Tabuchi (Japanese, 1921-2009) Herbes Folles, 1978 oil on canvas signed (lower right) 64 x 50 inches.

          Hindman
        • Arbre solitaire
          Feb. 28, 2020

          Arbre solitaire

          Est: ¥1,000,000 - ¥1,500,000

          Arbre solitaire, signed with an initial (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1977, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Derriere la ciem
          Feb. 28, 2020

          Derriere la ciem

          Est: ¥800,000 - ¥1,200,000

          Derriere la ciem, signed with an initial and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1977, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Baroque dream
          Feb. 28, 2020

          Baroque dream

          Est: ¥150,000 - ¥200,000

          Baroque dream, signed, titled and dated (lower right), executed in 1971, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • La pluie chaude
          Feb. 28, 2020

          La pluie chaude

          Est: ¥200,000 - ¥300,000

          La pluie chaude, signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), executed in 1962, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • La marée basse
          Feb. 28, 2020

          La marée basse

          Est: ¥1,000,000 - ¥1,500,000

          La marée basse, signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), painted in 1957, framed

          Mallet Auction
        • YASSE TABUCHI (YASUKAZU TABUCHI DIT) (1921-2009) - SANS TITRE, 1954
          Dec. 18, 2019

          YASSE TABUCHI (YASUKAZU TABUCHI DIT) (1921-2009) - SANS TITRE, 1954

          Est: €1,000 - €1,500

          YASSE TABUCHI (YASUKAZU TABUCHI DIT) (1921-2009) SANS TITRE, 1954 Huile sur toile Signée et datée en bas à droite 37 x 60 cm - 14.56 x 23.62 in. Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • Yasse Tabuchi, Un bel automne
          Dec. 05, 2019

          Yasse Tabuchi, Un bel automne

          Est: ¥500,000 - ¥700,000

          oil on canvas, painted in 1969, signed (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Yasse Tabuchi, Le miroir coquets
          Dec. 05, 2019

          Yasse Tabuchi, Le miroir coquets

          Est: ¥500,000 - ¥700,000

          oil on canvas, painted in 1962, signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Yasse Tabuchi, L'approche du soirs
          Dec. 05, 2019

          Yasse Tabuchi, L'approche du soirs

          Est: ¥500,000 - ¥700,000

          oil on canvas, painted in 1964, signed and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), framed

          Mallet Auction
        • Yasse Tabuchi, Sakura! Sakura! No.2 (diptyque)
          Dec. 05, 2019

          Yasse Tabuchi, Sakura! Sakura! No.2 (diptyque)

          Est: ¥1,000,000 - ¥1,500,000

          oil and gold leaf on canvas, painted in 1994, signed with an initial (lower right), superieur: signed and titled (on the reverse), inferieur: signed, titled and dated (on the reverse), framed

          Mallet Auction
        • TABUCHI YASSE (1921 - 2009) Le foret acquatique.
          Mar. 14, 2018

          TABUCHI YASSE (1921 - 2009) Le foret acquatique.

          Est: €4,000 - €5,000

          TABUCHI YASSE (1921 - 2009). Le foret acquatique.. Signature and year lower right. At the back title, signature, year and Romano Lorenzoni, Milan label.. Cm 75,00 x 115,00. 1957

          Capitolium Art
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