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Creator: Yoshitoshi Mori
Yoshitoshi Mori Signed Limited Edition Japanese Woodblock Stencil Print, 1969
By Yoshitoshi Mori
Located in Studio City, CA
A large, earthly toned, dramatically composed print, with just the right touch of humor, is by Japanese master printmaker Yoshitoshi Mori who was famed ...
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1960s Japanese Showa Vintage Yoshitoshi Mori Furniture

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Yoshitoshi Mori Signed Large Limited Edition Japanese Stencil Print, 1985
By Yoshitoshi Mori
Located in Studio City, CA
A quite large and engaging fine print by famed Japanese printmaker Yoshitoshi Mori. The print portrays an ancient Samurai, one of Mori's favorite subjects, with an arrowhead in hand. It is stamped, signed, dated (1985) and numbered (12/50) by the artist. The original 1985 price of 300,000 yen can be seen written along the bottom edge of print. I have only seen this print offered once before making it relatively rare. A must have for collectors or admirers of Yoshitoshi Mori's work or lovers of Japanese prints in general. Would stand out in any setting and/or collection. The print has been professionally framed. Framed dimensions: 37" high, 45" wide and 1" deep Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections in such museums and galleries as: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria Art Institute of Chicago Baltimore Museum of Art Barcelona Art...
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20th Century Japanese Showa Yoshitoshi Mori Furniture

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Paper

Yoshitoshi Mori Signed Large Limited Edition Japanese Stencil Print, 1972
By Yoshitoshi Mori
Located in Studio City, CA
A large, whimsically composed print of a grand chariot or festival event by Japanese master printmaker Yoshitoshi Mori who was famed for his kappazuri stencil printing technique. In the 1950s Mori became one of the key artist in the Sosaku Hanga movement (which stressed the artist as the sole creator of any given work as opposed to a collaborative effort). This print is stamped and pencil signed, dated (1972) and numbered (12/50) by the artist. The print is framed and matted. Framed dimensions: 26" high, 33" wide, 1.5" deep Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century printmakers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections in such museums and galleries as: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria Art Institute of Chicago Baltimore Museum of Art Barcelona Art...
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1970s Japanese Showa Vintage Yoshitoshi Mori Furniture

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Paper

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Yoshitoshi Mori furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Yoshitoshi Mori furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of paper and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Yoshitoshi Mori furniture, although beige editions of this piece are particularly popular. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Tadashi Nakayama, Kiyoshi Saitō, and Junichiro Sekino. Prices for Yoshitoshi Mori furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,200 and can go as high as $2,450, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,795.

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