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Neighbor's Dream

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 Japanese Color Woodblock Print

Neighbor's Dream

by Yoshida Tōshi, 1969

Varieties of the Japanese Print, Volume 1

About This Print

A vibrant and sparkling waterfall of turquoise striations fractured by black and violet organic shapes.  Hard enough to decipher our own dreams, let alone our neighbor's.

"Between 1954 and 1973, Toshi made nearly three hundred nonobjective prints... that signal his desire to use color, shape, line, and texture expressively to capture the nature of human experience or the human experience of nature."1

1 A Japanese Legacy: Four Generations of Yoshida Family Artists, Laura W. Allen, Kendall H. Brown, Eugene M. Skibbe, et. al., The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2002, p. 76.

Print Details

 IHL Catalog  #511
 Title  Neighbor's Dream
 Yoshida Tōshi (1911-1995)
 Toshi Yoshida in English in pencil in bottom margin
 Seal  not sealed
 Publication Date  1969
 Edition  17 of 200
 Publisher  self-published
 Printer  self-printed
 Impression  excellent
 Colors  excellent
 Condition  excellent
 Genre  sosaku hanga (creative prints)
 Format  dai-oban
 H x W Paper  22 1/4 x 16 3/8 in. (56.5 x 41.6 cm )
 H x W Image  19 1/4 x 14 1/2 in. (48.9 x 36.8 cm) 
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