Hiroshi Yoshida Antique C.1935 Japanese Wood Block Print Avenue Of Cherry Trees
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Hiroshi Yoshida Antique C.1935 Japanese Wood Block Print Avenue of Cherry Trees
Description : Hirsohi Yoshida (Japan 1876 - 1950)
Antique Japanese signed woodblock print titled Avenue of Cherry Trees by Hiroshi Yoshida and shows a busy street scene complete with vendors with cherry trees all in full bloom. It is pencil signed and titled in the lower margin and nicely matted and framed.
Size : Measures 15 1/2' by 10 1/4" and frame measures 19 3/4" by 14 1/2".
Age : Circa 1935
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Condition : not examined out of frame; does not appear to be laid down; just tagged with proper tacking in corner that could be easily removed; minor staining in lower left corner; appears to have full margins you can see the border in the blue mat; otherwise good condition
A little more about the artist:
A Japanese landscape painter and printmaker, especially known for woodcuts, Hiroshi Yoshida was born in Kyusha or Kurema, Japan, and was much influenced by his adoptive father who was a painting teacher in the public schools. At age 19, he began art study in Kyoto with Tamura Skoryu, who did western style painting, which was becoming increasingly accepted in Japan. For three years Yoshida studied in Tokyo with Soyama Shotaro.In 1899, he received his first recognition in America with an exhibition of his work at the Detroit Museum, later renamed the Detroit Institute of Art. During that period he traveled on the East Coast of the USA and in Europe. By the 1920s, in addition to oil and watercolor landscape painting, he was heavily involved in woodblock printmaking.Referred to as Romantic Realism in western style, his artwork was heavily influenced by his travels in America. "Two Grand Canyon scenes indicate Yoshida's presence in Arizona about 1925". (Dawdy, 486)His work is exhibited at the Fogg Museum at Harvard University, and numerous other museums including the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Minneapolis Institute of Art.Sources:
Doris Dawdy, Artists of the American West V.
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