Toshi Yoshida Woodblock Dance of Eternal Love

This design was originally published in 1994 by the Yoshida Hanga Studio. We are offering a posthumously printed image, made from the original blocks, and acquired directly from the Yoshida family. Because this design was published shortly before Toshi’s death, there were very few, if any, pencil signed versions distributed. It has the same embossed […]

Toshi Yoshida Woodblock Festival in Jaipur

This design was originally published in 1984 by the Yoshida Hanga Studio. We are offering a posthumously printed image, made from the original blocks, and acquired directly from the Yoshida family. While it is signed in the block, it still looks like it is pencil signed to an untrained eye. To avoid any misunderstanding, the […]

Toshi Yoshida Woodblock Eagle Owl

This design was originally published in 1968 by the Yoshida Hanga Studio. We are offering a posthumously printed image, made from the original blocks, and acquired directly from the Yoshida family. While it is signed in the block, it still looks like it is pencil signed to an untrained eye. To avoid any misunderstanding, the […]

Toshi Yoshida Woodblock Cherry Blossoms

This design was originally published in 1970 by the Yoshida Hanga Studio. We are offering a posthumously printed image, made from the original blocks, and acquired directly from the Yoshida family. While it is signed in the block, it still looks like it is pencil signed to an untrained eye. To avoid any misunderstanding, the […]

Toshi Yoshida Woodblock Chimney Forest

This design was originally published in 1951 by the Yoshida Hanga Studio. We are offering a posthumously printed image, made from the original blocks, and acquired directly from the Yoshida family. While it is signed in the block, it still looks like it is pencil signed to an untrained eye. To avoid any misunderstanding, the […]

Toshi Yoshida Woodblock Miyoko Hot Springs

This design was originally published in 1955 by the Yoshida Hanga Studio. We are offering a posthumously printed image, made from the original blocks, and acquired directly from the Yoshida family. While it is signed in the block, it still looks like it is pencil signed to an untrained eye. To avoid any misunderstanding, the […]