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Offering, Black

1962
(Japanese, 1926–1995)
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Unlike his father, the shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida, Hodaka Yoshida preferred the modern artists Paul Klee and Joan Miro, producing abstract images from blocks that he carved and printed himself. However, he did follow his father’s example of experimenting with new techniques and maintaining a high level of craftsmanship.
Offering, Black

Offering, Black

1962

Hodaka Yoshida

(Japanese, 1926–1995)
Japan, 20th century

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