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Yoshida Hiroshi Twelve Subjects of Tokyo, Tokugawa Peony Garden at Ochiai(Test print)

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Item No A1-98-149
Title Twelve Subjects of Tokyo, Tokugawa Peony Garden at Ochiai(Test print)
Artist Yoshida Hiroshi
Date 1928
Condition Creases,Foxing
Size 40×27cm
Price $2192.92
Tag

Test print, Printed on silk

Yoshida Hiroshi
1876-1950
Shinhanga artist. Grown up as an adapted son to a drawing teacher, then left home and went up to the capital. Learned at Fudosha hosted by Koyama Shotaro. Became a member of Meiji Bijutsukai and later founded Taiheiyogakai himself. In 1899, he flew over to USA and travelled through the country throwing an oil painting exhibition in various places. Afterwards, he often visited overseas to collect painting subjects or hold viewings. He produced a number of landscape prints along with Kawase Hasui under Watanabe Shozaburo.