Available works by: Hiroshi Yoshida  Japanese (1876 - 1950)  

Hiroshi Yoshida was born in Kurume and lived and worked in Tokyo. He first painted landscapes in oil, but won early fame as a watercolorist. He developed an interest in printmaking in 1920 and despite his association with the traditional Shin Hanga movement, he self-printed all of his work excepting his first seven prints. The majority of Yoshida's prints are richly detailed landscapes, featuring such diverse subjects as the Sphinx, the Taj Mahal, and Mount Rainier. Yoshida travelled frequently, and made sketching and painting trips all around the world.  Yoshida's prints were very popular with Western collectors, and he was one of the only shin hanga artists to sign and title his prints in English.

Hiroshi Yoshida : Raicho and Kamagusa (Snow grouse and Dicentra Flowers) at Davidson Galleries

Hiroshi Yoshida (1876 - 1950)

Raicho and Kamagusa (Snow grouse and Dicentra Flowers)

Series: Japan Alps Series
Medium: Color woodblock
Year: 1926
Signature: Signed
Size: 9-3/4 x 14-1/2 inches
Stock Number: 47981
Price: $1600.00

Hiroshi Yoshida : Azalea Garden Tea House at Davidson Galleries

Hiroshi Yoshida (1876 - 1950)

Azalea Garden Tea House

Medium: Color woodblock
Year: 1938
Size: 9-3/4 x 14-7/8 (Oban)
Stock Number: 48778
Price: $2500.00