HIROSHI YOSHIDA Shogun Gallery – We specialize in museum-quality Japanese woodblock prints and Mogul and Persian miniature paintings Shogun Gallery specializes in museum-quality Japanese woodblock prints. A Myriad of Choices. Collectors of Japanese woodblock prints are often confronted with a myriad of choices as to which prints are best suited for their collecting interests when confronted with sometimes conflicting considerations such as aesthetics, collectability, and costs. The art of wood-block colour printing may be said to have enjoyed its finest period during the Edo Period, for it is then that one finds the flowering of this peculiar art of Japan.
Toshi Yoshida Japanese Woodblock Prints. Toshi Yoshida – Autumn in Hakone Museum – SOLD. Toshi Yoshida – Bamboo Tree of the Friendly Garden. He worked primarily as a painter until his late forties when he became fascinated with woodblock printing. After working with the Watanabe print shop for several years, Yoshida decided to fund his own workshop. Yoshida,Hiroshi 1876-1950 Beautiful double oban size A young woman pensively applies makeup before a mirror,perhaps dreaming of the day ahead. 106 The Complete Woodblock Prints of Hiroshi Yoshida An unusual wide margined Print bearing the artist’s blind stamped monogram seal plus the printers’s ‘baren’ seal.
A large selection of shin hanga and ukiyoe Japanese woodblock prints for sale. See all Yoshida Hiroshi prints for sale here! But it was not before 1920 that he began creating wood block prints. Yoshida Hiroshi then met Watanabe Shozaburo, publisher and owner of the Watanabe print store in Tokyo. Del Mar, CA, on-line gallery specializing in 18th to 20th Century Japanese prints.
Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950) (his name is usually given in Western order, with the family name last) was one of the leading print designers of the shin hanga school of prints, specializing in landscape prints which were produced by a Japanese process, but which in form (if not spirit) are significantly Westernized. In 1920, after almost twenty years as one of the leading Western-style artists in Japan, Yoshida met the woodblock print publisher Shozaburo Watanabe, the founder of the shin hanga movement, through a Japanese friend who had helped him in Boston during his first trip to the U. Yoshida, Hiroshi, 1876-1950, Floating World Gallery buying and selling Japanese woodblock prints and paintings by such artists as Kawase Hasui, Toshi Yoshida, Hiroshi Yoshida, Junichiro Sekino, Shiko Munakata, Kiyoshi Saito, Ando Hiroshige, Hokusai. Floating World Gallery buying and selling Japanese woodblock prints and paintings by such artists as Kawase Hasui, Toshi Yoshida, Hiroshi Yoshida, Junichiro Sekino, Shiko Munakata, Kiyoshi Saito, Ando Hiroshige, Hokusai. Toshi Yoshida – Autumn in Hakone Museum. About. The People. Our Shop. Blog. My Mokuhankan Contact. Shopping Cart. Login. Logout. Select Category: Item image. Item info. Process. Inventory. Eye Candy for Today: Hiroshi Yoshida woodblock print. As much as I recognize and admire the influence Japanese printmakers had on European artists, notably the French Impressionists, my favorite synthesis of Japanese and European artistic conventions is found in the woodblock prints of Japanese painter and printmaker Hiroshi Yoshida. Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950) from Japan was a respected painter and a shin hanga printer. He is very famous for his woodblock printing. He gave new pinnacles to his printing work.