Hiroshi Yoshida the wonderful Japanese printmaker — active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries — was trained in western art styles and painting and eventually combined those aesthetics with the traditions of Japanese art to create beautiful woodblock paints in the shin hanga style.
A new exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum commemorates the 70th anniversary of Yoshida’s death, and the online highlights of the exhibition offer a selection of high quality examples of his prints. The exhibition runs until March 28, 2021. I don’t know how long the exhibition website will be onine.
For more images and links to his work, see my previous posts on Hiroshi Yoshida.