New Website is coming this September. During this transition a Ronin Gallery representative will contact you to complete all orders placed online.           
Thank you for your understanding as we experience some growing pains. LEARN MORE HERE
Aoyama, Masaharu (1893-1969)

Fishing Creels

Roll On image to Zoom in
Aoyama, Masaharu (1893-1969)
Fishing Creels
Woodblock Print
c. 1950
15.5" x 10.5"
Very good state


Authenticity Guaranteed

Learn more

Worldwide Shipping

Learn more

Questions about this piece? 212.688.0188



About the artist

Born in Saitama prefecture, Masaharu Aoyama attended Tokyo School of Fine Arts for Fine Arts. A student of ink painting, Aoyama worked in the Imperial Household Museum until 1939. As a printmaker, Aoyama belonged to the Sosaku Hanga movement, producing self-carved woodblocks prints. While he self-printed some of these works, others were printed in Ishiyama’s publishing house. He presented these Japanese wood prints in the 1936 Teiten and Nihon Sosaku Hanga Kyokai exhibitions. In the 1950s, Aoyama focused on images of seagulls flying over water. His prints may be signed “Seiji” (Aoyama is also known as Aoyama Seiji) and sealed “Ao.”

"We use cookies to gather web statistics, remember your settings and target ads. Read more about how we use cookies in our Cookie Policy or close tab now."