Good condition with no major stains or creases. 41 x 28 cm (16.1 x 11 in).
In 1925, he began making his own woodblock prints in his own studio based on oil paintings from his travels in Europe and the United States. His sharp, delicate, and poetic works, which combine the solid depictive power of his authentic Western-style paintings with traditional woodblock printing techniques, are highly acclaimed. His works are highly regarded especially for their colors, which are sometimes printed an astonishing 96 times in order to express subtle shading and transparency.
His wife Fujio, his eldest son Toshi, his second son Hodaka, his wife Chizuko, and their daughter Ayomi are all artists, so they are known as the Yoshida family. International Buyers - Please Note. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints". The seller is "toukichi" and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.