(1853 - 1916)
Gazo Fudji was active/lived in New York / Japan, France. Gazo Fudji is known for painting, pottery design.
Biography Gazo Fudji
A signed painting has the signature Gazo Foudji, other sources use Fudji or Fuji.
was born in Tokyo, in 1853 and died in Yonkers on December 23,
lived in Paris, was a member of the Beaux Arts, and was awared a medal
at the Exposition Universelle de Paris in 1900. He maried a
In the U.S., he designed the pottery lines Fudji, Fujiyama, Rozane, and
Woodland for Roseville. Circa 1908 he became chief designer for
Duffner & Kimberly, manufacturers of fine stained glass lamps and
In 1914, he joined Jefferson Glass and was employed there when he died. He also wrote and illustrated articles for The Ladies' Home Journal Displaying 750 of 1347 characters.