Inshō was primarily a painter but early in his career he also provided designs for some printed materials (e.g., fan prints, shikishi, textile pattern books). Nineteen of these woodblock printed designs, depicting flowers, fruits and (or) birds, are included in this gallery. Click on a picture to enlarge it. Inshō drew his picture subjects in a true-to-life way which was the style used most often in Japanese art of the early to mid-1900s.

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