Tōshi Yoshida

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Tōshi Yoshida was a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sōsaku-hanga movement, and son of shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida.wikipedia
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Tōshi Yoshida was a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sōsaku-hanga movement, and son of shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida.

Hiroshi Yoshida

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Tōshi Yoshida was a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sōsaku-hanga movement, and son of shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida.
The artistic lineage of the Yoshida family of eight artists: Kasaburo Yoshida (1861–1894), whose wife Rui Yoshida was an artist; their daughter Fujio Yoshida (1887–1987); Hiroshi Yoshida (1876–1950), their adopted son, who married Fujio; Tōshi Yoshida (1911–1995), Hiroshi's son, whose wife Kiso Yoshida (1919–2005) was an artist; Hodaka Yoshida (1926–1995), another of Hiroshi's sons, whose wife Chizuko Yoshida (b.

Kiso Yoshida

In 1940 he married Kiso Yoshida (née Katsura) and they soon had five sons.
Kiso Yoshida (1919-2005), was the wife of Tōshi Yoshida and one of the artists in the important Yoshida family of Japanese artists.

Hodaka Yoshida

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In 1952, Yoshida began a series of abstract woodcuts, influenced by his brother, Hodaka Yoshida.
Hodaka's older brother, Tōshi Yoshida, became the heir to the Yoshida Studio and worked in both oils and woodblock prints.

Yoshida family artists

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Their first son, Tōshi Yoshida (1911–1995), was destined to inherit the Yoshida Studio in Tokyo.

Printmaking

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Tōshi Yoshida was a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sōsaku-hanga movement, and son of shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida. However, in the 1930s, Tōshi started making landscape paintings and prints similar to his father's works.

Shin-hanga

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Tōshi Yoshida was a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sōsaku-hanga movement, and son of shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida.

Landscape

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Hiroshi Yoshida, a shin-hanga landscape artist, dictated Tōshi's early artistic development.

Painting

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However, in the 1930s, Tōshi started making landscape paintings and prints similar to his father's works.

India

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From 1930 to 1931, Hiroshi and Tōshi traveled to India, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Calcutta, and Burma.

Shanghai

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From 1930 to 1931, Hiroshi and Tōshi traveled to India, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Calcutta, and Burma.

Hong Kong

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From 1930 to 1931, Hiroshi and Tōshi traveled to India, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Calcutta, and Burma.

Malaysia

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From 1930 to 1931, Hiroshi and Tōshi traveled to India, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Calcutta, and Burma.

Singapore

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From 1930 to 1931, Hiroshi and Tōshi traveled to India, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Calcutta, and Burma.

Kolkata

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From 1930 to 1931, Hiroshi and Tōshi traveled to India, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Calcutta, and Burma.

Myanmar

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From 1930 to 1931, Hiroshi and Tōshi traveled to India, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Calcutta, and Burma.

Dictatorship

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1936 was the beginning of military dictatorship, under which art was under censorship.

Censorship

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1936 was the beginning of military dictatorship, under which art was under censorship.

Realism (arts)

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The death of his father in 1950 marked Tōshi's total break from his past and from naturalism.

Abstract art

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In 1952, Yoshida began a series of abstract woodcuts, influenced by his brother, Hodaka Yoshida.

Woodcut

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In 1952, Yoshida began a series of abstract woodcuts, influenced by his brother, Hodaka Yoshida.

Near East

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In 1953, Tōshi traveled to the United States, Mexico, London, and the Near East.

Zarina (artist)

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Born in Aligarh, India, she earned a degree in mathematics before studying a variety of printmaking methods in Thailand, France (where she was apprenticed to Stanley William Hayter), and printmaker Toshi Yoshido in Tokyo, Japan.

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Laila Tyabji

Later, she went to Japan to study with Toshi Yoshida, the well-known Japanese printmaking artist, before returning to India to start a career as a freelance designer.