London, South Kensington
15 May 2008
Toshi Yoshida (1911-95)
seven woodblock prints, entitled 'Castle at Himeji'; 'Village of Plums'; 'Irozaki, Morning'; 'Irozaki, Day'; 'Irozaki, Afternoon'; 'Hikone Castle in Spring' and 'Morinji in Spring', all pencil signed Toshi Yoshida and titled in English in the lower margins, six sealed -- 10¾in. x 16in. max. (27.3cm. x 40.6cm.) including the margins. (7)
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