unclrashid (unclrashid) wrote,

Previously unknown genre of art

I thought I had posted this before (as a reminder to myself) but I couldn't find it. SO I'm posting now and will tag it correctly so next time I want to find it I can get to it quickly.

Discovered a previously unknown genre of art. It occured in the 20's and 30's. Japanese Ukiyo-e techniques applied by Japanese artist with western training. Sort of like Ukiyo-e meets Ansel Adams and the impressionists of the American West. Probably considered derivative, but it speaks to my soul, so nyah!

Hiroshi and Toshi Yoshida. Google it!
Tags: art

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