Toshi Yoshida, "Dance of Eternal Love"
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One of Toshi Yoshida’s last woodblock prints before his death in 1995, this piece shows two tancho cranes dancing. The dance is principally a mating ritual, but tancho cranes are also known to dance as a general expression of love between members of the same flock. Large and composed beautifully.
Size: Dai-oban (approx. 13"x 17.5")
Publisher: Yoshida Studio
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Toshi Yoshida (1911-1995) is one of the twentieth century’s most important woodblock print artists. Toshi is part of a long and famous line of past and present artists whose influence and popularity persist to this day. His father, Hiroshi Yoshida, was a master painter and woodblock print artists at the height of the shin-hanga print movement.