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  • Author:
    Toshi Yoshida
  • ISBN:
    0399218866
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    978-0399218866
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    Philomel Books (April 29, 1992)
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With an extraordinary oil-pastel technique that captures the speed of animals. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Published by Philomel, 1989. ISBN 10: 0399215468, ISBN 13: 9780399215469. View all copies of this book. Published by Philomel Books, . ISBN 10: 0399215468 ISBN 13: 9780399215469.

Toshi Yoshida: Lion, 1987. When you leave a bid in advance of the auction, submit your maximum. Toshi Yoshida (1911-1995) was a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sosaku-hanga movement, and son of shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida. Please note that this lot has a reserve.

Yoshida's artistic career was a long struggle between fidelity to his father's legacy . Tōshi was also a children's book illustrator

Yoshida's artistic career was a long struggle between fidelity to his father's legacy and freedom from it. Hiroshi Yoshida, a shin-hanga landscape artist, dictated Tōshi's early artistic development. In 1926, Tōshi chose animals as his primary subjects to distinguish himself from his father, who was a landscape printmaker. However, in the 1930s, Tōshi started making landscape paintings and prints similar to his father's works. Tōshi was also a children's book illustrator. He wrote his own short stories and made illustrations in the Animal Picture Book series.

Tōshi Yoshida (吉田 遠志, Yoshida Tōshi, July 25, 1911 – July 1, 1995) was a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sōsaku-hanga movement, and son of shin-hanga artist Hiroshi Yoshida. One of Yoshida's legs was paralysed during his early childhood. Not being able to attend school, he enjoyed watching animals and his father's printmaking workshop. Encouraged by his grandmother Rui Yoshida, Tōshi often sketched animals.

Toshi Yoshida hangs around with Steve and usually speaks only Japanese, although it appears that Toshi can understand English but not speak it, although in "May the Best Stan Win".

Toshi Yoshida hangs around with Steve and usually speaks only Japanese, although it appears that Toshi can understand English but not speak it, although in "May the Best Stan Win", he repeated "Shot for shot remake of the movie Mannequin" along with Steve, Barry and Snot. Also in "Man in the Moonbounce", while at court for egging Henry Calloway's house, he says,"Yes, your honor" along with Stan, Snot, Steve, and Barry but cannot be heard.

Hiroshi Yoshida, Toshi Yoshida, Tsukasa Yoshida Prints. Hiroshi Yoshida 1876-1950. New York, 1928 7 1/4 by 10 1/4 inches Life time printing made by Hiroshi Yoshida himself. Pencil signed, obtained from family.