Tasaburō belonged to the mid-century creative school (i.e., Sōsaku Hanga) of Japanese artists. Typical of this group of artists he intentionally changed the true shape of his flower, fruit and bird subjects. Twenty-two examples of his creative woodblock prints are shown below. Click on a picture to enlarge it.

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