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Helen Hyde

Helen Hyde was born in Lima, New York in 1868, but grew up in the San Francisco area where she began to study art at an early age. She went to the California School of Design and traveled to Berlin and Paris for further studies. While in Paris she became interested in Japanese art and the work of Mary Cassatt. After the death of her mother, she left for Japan to study brush painting and color woodblock printing. Establishing a home in Tokyo, Hyde, became a prominent artist of the color woodblock print, depicting the Japanese landscape, their colorful clothing, and mothers and children. She also did a similar series of Mexico with skillful use of design and color. Eventually, becoming ill with cancer she returned to the United States, where she died in 1919. Helen Hyde is recognized as a leading exponent in introducing Japanese color woodblock printmaking techniques to the Western art world.



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Helen Hyde

American (1868-1919)
An Interlude
11-1/8 x 12-3/4 in.

Color woodcut, 1912, edition limited but unknown. Mason/Mason 94. Signed in the block with the HH monogram, lower left; signed in pencil. Printed on thin Oriental paper.


$800.
An Interlude



Helen Hyde

American (1868-1919)
An April Evening
3-5/8 x 4-7/8 in.

Color woodcut, 1910, number 138 of an edition about 200. Mason/Mason 83. Signed in the block with the HH monogram, lower right; signed and numbered in pencil.


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An April Evening



Helen Hyde

American (1868-1919)
A Mexican Rebecca
18-3/8 x 8-3/4 in.

Color woodcut, 1912, number 16 from an edition about 50 to 100. Mason /Mason 96. Signed and numbered in pencil. Printed on thin, transparent Oriental paper.


$800.
A Mexican Rebecca



Helen Hyde

American (1868-1919)
The Sacred Cow in the Bazaar at Agra
9 x 9-7/8 in.

Color woodcut, 1910, number 31 of an edition about 100. Signed and numbered in pencil.


$750.
The Sacred Cow in the Bazaar at Agra



Helen Hyde

American (1868-1919)
The Good Luck Branch
6-1/8 x 6-3/8 in.

Color woodcut, 1907, edition limited but unknown. Mason/Mason 72. Signed in the block with the HH monogram; signed in pencil within the image, lower left, and numbered in pencil 234, lower right. In good condition printed on thin, transparent Japanese paper with large margins.


$600.
The Good Luck Branch



Helen Hyde

American (1868-1919)
Teasing the Daruma
5-3/8 x 9-1/4 in.

Color woodcut, 1905, number 23 of an unknown limited edition. Mason/Mason 63. Dated, with the chop mark in the block, lower left. Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil. In very good condition printed on thin, tissue-like paper.


$450.
Teasing the Daruma



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