Search Results for: hiroshi yoshida

Eye Candy for Today: Hiroshi Yoshida watercolor

Autumn in a Japanese Village, Hiroshi Yoshida; watercolor on paper, roughly 13 x 20 in. (33 x 50 cm); link to image is on Ukiyo-e Search; I don’t know the location of the original. Hiroshi Yoshida was a Japanese artist active the early to mid Read More …

Eye Candy for Today: Hiroshi Yoshida spring woodblock print

Spring in a Hot Spring (Onsen no haru), Hiroshi Yoshida Woodblock print, roughly 11 x 16 inches (27 x 40 cm); in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; also on Ukiyo-e Search. With the visual appeal of both a drawing and a Read More …

Eye Candy for Today: Hiroshi Yoshida woodblock print

Sekishozan (Shi-shung-shan, South China), Hiroshi Yoshida Large version here. 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 Read More …

Hiroshi Yoshida (update)

Early 20th Century painter and printmaker Hiroshi Yoshida is known in his native Japan as a Western style artist, and his work is very much in demand. Having trained in Western style painting, he carried those influences with him when he moved into traditional Japanese Read More …

Toshi Yoshida

Toshi Yoshida was a Japanese woodblock printmaker and the son of renowned printmaker Hiroshi Yoshida. Toshi Yoshida was active in the 20th century and was associated with the sōsaku-hanga (“creative prints”) movement, in which artists carve and print their own blocks — as contrasted with Read More …