During the past fifty years Yoshiharu has made more than 40 flower-and-bird prints plus an additional 120 bird prints. None of the objects in his prints are easily identified because he distorts their shapes and uses colors which are not true-to-life. The combination of false color, novel shapes and complex picture composition make each of his woodblock prints both visually stimulating and highly entertaining. Five examples of each of his favorite four bird subjects (owls, cranes, doves and peafowl) are included in this gallery. Click on a picture to enlarge it. To see more prints by Yoshiharu click here.

photo_small.jpg photo2_small.jpg photo3_small.jpg photo4_small.jpg photo5_small.jpg
photo6_small.jpg photo7_small.jpg photo8_small.jpg photo9_small.jpg photo10_small.jpg
photo11_small.jpg photo12_small.jpg photo13_small.jpg photo14_small.jpg photo15_small.jpg
photo16_small.jpg photo17_small.jpg photo18_small.jpg photo19_small.jpg photo20_small.jpg

Photo album created with Web Album Generator