signed in sumi ink, Yoshida, with artist's seal, Hiroshi, with jizuri (self-printed) seal on upper left margin, followed by date Showa jugonen saku (made in Showa 15 ) and title below, Shizhognshan, the English title stamped on the bottom margin, Sekishozan, with artist's penciled signature, Hiroshi Yoshida, 1940
oban yoko-e 10 3/4 by 16 in., 27.3 by 40.5 cm
This print was based on sketches Yoshida made during his second stay in China as a war painter in 1939.
Tadao Ogura, Yoshida Hiroshi zenhangashu (The Complete Woodblock Prints of Hiroshi Yoshida), 1987, p. 162, no. 235
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Accession no. 47.389
(inv. no. C-1743)
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