The Fuji Arts Clearance is Unique in the Market
Thousands of prints sell every year in the Fuji Arts clearance. Savvy shoppers enjoy buying both originals and old reprints at just $24.99. And who wouldn't? It's fun to shop, the cost is low, and before you know it, exciting new prints show up at your doorstep.
If you're new to Fuji Arts clearance, here is the best tip we can give you: Check often, because the best prints move lightning fast!
Please note: We cannot ship orders totaling less than $24.99.
Yasuji Inoue - Born in Tokyo in 1864, Yasuji Inoue became a student of Kobayashi Kiyochika when he was fourteen. Drawing heavily on Kiyochika's style and experimentation with Western art elements, Inoue's concern with light and shadows reflected the influence of French Impression, a departure from traditional ukiyo-e. The resulting images had a distinctly modern feeling for the time. Inoue favored depictions of the urban, rapidly changing cityscape. Sadly, he died prematurely in 1889 at the age of twenty-five. At the time of his death he showed great promise in the woodblock print field and would have likely continued as a major artist in Japanese woodblock prints.
True Pictures of Famous Places in Tokyo - Originally published between 1884 and 1889, Yasuji Inoue's "True Pictures of Famous Places in Tokyo" included 132 prints in the small yotsugiri (quarter oban) format depicting locations in Tokyo. Subjects range from temples and shrines to city streets and bridges, at different hours of the day and throughout the year. His atmospheric images offer a wonderful view of Meiji era Tokyo as he knew it. Beautifully printed with crisp detail, these reprints were published by Heibonsha of Tokyo in Showa 43 (1968), and each print comes mounted in a windowed paper viewing folder. Originals from this series are difficult to find, so these high quality reprints offer a nice opportunity to collect some of Inoue's classic Meiji imagery.
Comments - This print is titled View of Eitaibashi Bridge from Mitsumata.
Artist - Yasuji Inoue (1864 - 1889)
Image Size - Image 3 3/4" x 6 1/8" + margins as shown; folder 8 3/4" x 12 3/8"
Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Toning, light spotting. Mounted on reverse at top corners to windowed paper viewing folder. Please see photos for details.
What can I find on clearance?
- Prints that have moved through our auctions and are ready to go below cost.
- Prints that are overstocked.
- Prints with condition issues.
Prints are identified as original or reprint, and artist information is offered when known. We include excellent photos of each print, as well as a brief condition report.
While you're shopping, keep in mind that some condition issues could simply be framed out, some could be easily repaired, and others just allow you to enjoy owning a 19th century original at a bargain price. Of course, many prints are in excellent condition, just needing to be cleared out.
So, check out all the clearance offers and find prints that suit your taste.
Enjoy the Clearance treasure hunt!