Yoshida Hodaka (1926-1995), a pioneer and leader of early Japanese modern printmaking, is known for his surreal, mythical, and abstract prints. As a prominent member of the Yoshida family of Japanese print artists, Hodaka both paid homage to the centuries-old woodblock print tradition and blazed his own path as a modern printmaker.
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Image: Sun in the Desert, 1959. by Yoshida Chizuko (Japanese, 1924-2017). Showa period (1926-1989). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Asian Art Museum, Anonymous gift, 1992.189. © Chizuko Yoshida. Photograph © Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.