Hiroshi Yoshida


Twelve Scenes in the Japan Alps: Mount Hodaka
(Nihon arupusu juni dai no uchi: Hodakayama)

signed in sumi ink, Yoshida, with artist's red seal Hiroshi, with jizuri (self-printed) seal at upper right, followed by the series title, Nihon Arupusu junidai no uchi, and the print title, Hodaka-yama, the date on the lower left margin, Taisho jugonen saku, (made in Taisho 15 [1926]), with title and signature in penciled script on the bottom margin, Hodakayama, Hiroshi Yoshida, ca. 1926

dai oban yoko-e 10 7/8 by 16 in., 27.6 by 40.5 cm

Ogura Yoshida Hiroshi zenhangashu (The Complete Woodblock Prints of Hiroshi Yoshida), 1987, no. 29
Carolyn M. Putney et. al, Fresh Impressions: Early Modern Japanese Prints, Toledo Museum of Art, 2013, p. 256, cat. 240

price: $3,600


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