Hodaka Yoshida

Ruins Japanese Woodblock Print

1956

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A framed Japanese woodblock print.

  • Hodaka Yoshida (Japanese, 1926-1995).
  • Son of legendary artist Hiroshi Yoshida and abstract artist.
  • Abstract work titled Ruins, part of Hodaka's primitive prints series inspired by his travels to Mexico and the pre-Columbian ruins.
  • Signed Hodaka Yoshida and dated 1956 in pencil lower right recto.
  • Linen wrapped and gold painted frame under glass.
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Work appears in good condition with some areas of toning throughout.

Moderate signs of handling to frame with torn back paper.

Art not examined outside of frame.

Dimensions
Height: 14 inches / 35.56 cm
Width: 19 inches / 48.26 cm
Depth: 2 inches / 5.08 cm

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Materials
Paper, Linen, Wood, Clear Glass
Period
Mid-Century Modern
Decorative Style
Modern Style
Country of Origin
Japan
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