Hiroshi Yoshida: Worldly Visions

Hiroshi Yoshida: Worldly Visions View Works

This exhibition of Asian landscape art by Hiroshi Yoshida presents both his revered views of Japan and those from his international travels. While Hiroshi Yoshida is considered a member of the Shin Hanga or “new print” movement, after 1925 he shed the division of labor traditional to Japanese woodblock printing and participated in each stage of printmaking himself. Featuring a private Midwestern collection, all of the Hiroshi Yoshida prints for sale in this exhibition are first edition with the jizuri seal. Hiroshi Yoshida’s prints are widely collected and housed in many major museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Toledo Museum of Art, and the British Museum. View even more Hiroshi Yoshida woodblocks in our exhibition of his posthumously printed works!

Artists for this exhibition

Yoshida, Hiroshi (1876-1950)
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