Toshi Yoshida, Ship Rock in New Mexico, Modern Landscape
Artist: Toshi Yoshida (1911-1995)
Title: Ship Rock (21/200)
Size: 63.9 x 27.1 cm
Condition: Signed by artist, minor creases.
Toshi Yoshida was an extremely renowned artist in the sosaku-hanga movement of modern printmaking. His close relationship with his father Hiroshi Yoshida was instrumental in the pursuit of his art and produced many woodblock prints portraying natural scenes while developing his niche with exotic animals. When Toshi was nineteen years old, his father took him on a sketching trip to India in 1930 and later to Southeast Asia. Toshi inherited not only his father's talent but also his passion for traveling.
This landscape print shows Ship Rock in New Mexico, with a name that derives from the peak's resemblance to an enormous 19th-century clipper ship.
|Artist Name||Toshi Yoshida|
|Title||Ship Rock (21/200)|
|Dimensions||63.9 x 27.1 cm|
|Condition Report||Signed by artist, minor creases.|