Add this gorgeous print from Ohara Shoson to your home with a reproduction exclusively from 1000 Museums and the Chazen Museum of Art!
Ohara Shoson was a Japanese painter and woodblock print maker of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and part of the shin-hanga (“new prints”) movement. Shoson was famous as a master of kacho-e (bird and flower) designs. Throughout his prolific career, in which he created around 500 prints, he went by three different titles; Ohara Hoson, Ohara Shoson, and Ohara Koson. His prints were designed for Western tastes and he met great success in the US and Europe.
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Ohara Shoson (Japanese, 1877-1945), Two Dragonflies and Flowering Red Hollyhocks, 1934, color woodcut, bequest of John H. Van Vleck, 1980.2816