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The main subject of this print is a daily scene of town of Urayasu in the post war period.  Private boats are floating on the river which leads to the mouth of the Edo River, a gorgeous riverscape.  This lifetime woodblock print was produced in 1951, it is titled and signed  in the margins. The print measures 15.5" x 10.5".  It is matted in black and framed, 18" x 12" in black.  Toshi was born in Tokyo to a family of artists. His father, Hiroshi Yoshida, educated him in art and fostered his interest in landscapes and animals. Despite the influence of Hiroshi, Toshi's style is distinct in its daring color schemes and composition. The subject matter of Toshi’s work was largely draws upon his travels, which went as far afield as Antarctica. PS0010/40126  $475

Toshi Yoshida (1911-1995) 'Urayasu'

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