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Yoshitoshi Mori Sold at Auction Prices

b. 1898 - d. 1992

Born in Tokyo in 1898, artist Yoshitoshi Mori studied at the Kawabata School of Fine Arts. Upon graduation, Mori embarked on the creative process of designing and dyeing fabric for kimonos. Mori studied with Serizawa Keisuke and Yanagi Soetsu in the esteemed technique of stencil fabric dyeing.

Mori's explorations in stenciling on paper began at the mature age of 50. Yoshitoshi Mori's kappazuri stencil artwork was shown in numerous solo exhibitions in Japan. During the 1960s, sponsored by The Japan Society in New York, artist Yoshitoshi Mori showcased his intricate prints throughout America. Mori received an Honorary Doctorate from Maryland University in 1984. Yoshitoshi Mori's Japanese prints for sale are sought out by avid collectors captivated by the intricate stencil prints depicting the traditional way of life in Japan. Find Asian-inspired prints along with other vintage figural prints available for purchase online and at auction.

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        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (JAPANESE 1898-1992) WOODBLOCK PRINT
          May. 08, 2024

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (JAPANESE 1898-1992) WOODBLOCK PRINT

          Est: $100 - $300

          lute player, 1972 ed. of 50 27.5 x 20 in., sheet w. 24.5 x h. 32.5 in.

          ACES Gallery
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI, (Japan, 1898-1992), Color Stencil Print, COUPLE EMBRACING,
          Apr. 30, 2024

          YOSHITOSHI MORI, (Japan, 1898-1992), Color Stencil Print, COUPLE EMBRACING,

          Est: $200 - $400

          YOSHITOSHI MORI, (Japan, 1898-1992), Color Stencil Print, COUPLE EMBRACING, 25 3/8 inches x 17 ½ inches (sight), on sheet 27 inches x 18 ¾ inches, matted and framed under glass 34 ¼ inches x 26 ½ inches overall. Pencil signed and dated YOSHITOSHI MORI—(19)81, with Red Seal at lower left; Edition number 38/70 at lower right. Condition: Excellent; clear, strong colors with NO tears, creases or other damage. The print is suspended from two tape hinges on top edge, and glued along the extreme bottom edge to the backing board.

          Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
        • Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898-1992), Two Figures, 1959, Woodblock Print, Frame: 31 1/2 x 23 1/2 in. (80 x 59.7 cm.)
          Apr. 30, 2024

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898-1992), Two Figures, 1959, Woodblock Print, Frame: 31 1/2 x 23 1/2 in. (80 x 59.7 cm.)

          Est: $200 - $400

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898-1992), Two Figures, 1959, Woodblock Print, Property from the Estate of George Zorin

          Weschler's
        • MORI Yoshitoshi: "Samurai"
          Mar. 23, 2024

          MORI Yoshitoshi: "Samurai"

          Est: $400 - $600

          MORI Yoshitoshi (Japanese, 1898-1990): "Samurai". Color woodcut on handmade Japan paper, 1969. Edition of 50. Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil. Bearing the artist's red seal. Image size: 19 1/4 x 21 inches.

          Armstrong Fine Art
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992) Japanese
          Mar. 13, 2024

          Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992) Japanese

          Est: $200 - $1,000

          Yoshitoshi Mori framed gouache on paper, signed and dated in ink lower right, with artist’s red seal. (1/50) Excellent condition.  From the home of a prominent collector in Michigan.  Please see photos for additional details.  Dimensions Framed: 27.5" x 22.75" Dimensions Work: 22" x 17"    Please note all lots show signs of wear commensurate with age and use, and the lack of a statement regarding condition does not imply the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from defects or the effects of aging. Unless otherwise stated, all information provided is the opinion of Block Auction House specialists. Should you have any specific questions regarding the condition of this lot, please contact [email protected] ALL BUYERS: All sales are final and non-negotiable. Full payment of invoice and removal of goods is required within 10 business days of initial invoice. Failure to remove purchased merchandise within the stated pick-up time frame will result in ongoing storage fees of $10 per lot, per day.

          Block Auction House
        • Yoshitoshi Mori, Crazed Oshichi Climbing a Fire Tower
          Mar. 07, 2024

          Yoshitoshi Mori, Crazed Oshichi Climbing a Fire Tower

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Yoshitoshi Mori Crazed Oshichi Climbing a Fire Tower 1971 stencil print on Japanese paper image: 26.75 h x 21.25 w in (68 x 54 cm) sheet: 28.5 h x 22.5 w in (72 x 57 cm) Signed, dated and numbered to lower right 'Yoshitoshi Mori '71 3/50'. This work is number 3 from the edition of 50. Provenance: Private Collection, California | Thence by descent This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

          Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
        • MORI YOSHITOSHI ( 1898 - 1992 )
          Feb. 24, 2024

          MORI YOSHITOSHI ( 1898 - 1992 )

          Est: €1,000 - €2,000

          Kappa-Zuri Japanese Woodprint 1973 Signature Yoshitoshi Mori '73 Number 9 of 50 Benkei and Ushiwakamaru on the Gojo-bridge Dimensions: 87 cm x 62 cm The Technique of the "KAPPA-ZURI" Stencil Prints It is impossible to separate Yoshitoshi Mori's stencil prints from his "Kappa-Zuri" technique. His style represents a near perfect fusion of the two. In producing his prints, Mr. Mori first produces a sketch. When the sketch is finished to his satisfaction, he then places it on the top of a brown paper stencil, which consists of several thin layers of feather-like paper, bound together with lacquer and moisture-proofed with tannin. (Kappa means binding feather together, and zuri means print). Mr. Mori then proceeds to cut away the stencil with a tiny, sharp knife until the sketch has been transferred onto the stencil. In adding color to the print, he protects the rice paper with a special paste, so tha the vegetable pigments are applied only where he wants them. On occasion he uses brushes to apply hal-tone colors. When the print is completed, the paste is washed off in the final stage.

          Hardt Auctions GmbH
        • Yoshitoshi Mori "Defeat of The Heike" Print
          Jan. 16, 2024

          Yoshitoshi Mori "Defeat of The Heike" Print

          Est: $200 - $400

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1896-1992), "Defeat of The Heike", Kappazuri stencil print on rice paper, signed in pencil lower right, numbered "44/50", housed in a wood frame. Image: 27" H x 23" W; frame: 37.5" Hn x 32" W. Keywords: Prints, Multiples, Stylized figure, Horse, Equestrian

          Auctions at Showplace
        • Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898–1992), Farmer Working, Woodblock Print, Frame: 17 1/4 x 22 1/4 in. (43.8 x 56.5 cm.)
          Jan. 16, 2024

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898–1992), Farmer Working, Woodblock Print, Frame: 17 1/4 x 22 1/4 in. (43.8 x 56.5 cm.)

          Est: $50 - $100

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898–1992), Farmer Working, Woodblock Print,

          Weschler's
        • Yoshitoshi Mori - Two Samurai and a Courtesan
          Nov. 18, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori - Two Samurai and a Courtesan

          Est: $300 - $500

          Yoshitoshi Mori - Two Samurai and a Courtesan. Stencil woodblock print, dated 1978, signed in pencil, numbered 4/50, 20.5"h x 15.5"w.

          Clars Auctions
        • Yoshitoshi Mori
          Oct. 19, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori

          Est: $500 - $700

          (Japanese, 1898-1992) Muneto and Sadato, 38/90, signed and dated "Yoshitoshi Mori '79" lower right with artist's stamp, stencil print, 18-3/4 x 17-1/4 in.; framed, 25-1/8 x 33-5/8 in. Provenance: Private Collection

          Brunk Auctions
        • MORI YOSHITOSHI ( 1898 - 1992 )
          Sep. 30, 2023

          MORI YOSHITOSHI ( 1898 - 1992 )

          Est: €1,000 - €2,000

          Kappa-Zuri Japanese Woodprint 1973 Signature Yoshitoshi Mori '73 Number 9 of 50 Benkei and Ushiwakamaru on the Gojo-bridge Dimensions: 87 cm x 62 cm The Technique of the "KAPPA-ZURI" Stencil Prints It is impossible to seperate Yoshitoshi Mori's stencil prints from his "Kappa-Zuri" technique. His style represents a near perfect fusion of the two. In producing his prints, Mr. Mori first produces a sketch. When the sketch is finished to his satisfaction, he then places it on the top of a brown paper stencil, which consists of several thin layers of feather-like paper, bound together with lacquer and moisture-proofed with tannin. (Kappa means binding feather together, and zuri means print). Mr. Mori then proceeds to cut away the stencil with a tiny, sharp knife until the sketch has been transferred onto the stencil. In adding color to the print, he protects the rice paper with a special paste, so tha the vegetable pigments are applied only where he wants them. On occasion he uses brushes to apply hal-tone colors. When the print is completed, the paste is washed off in the final stage.

          Hardt Auctions GmbH
        • Yoshitoshi Mori signed limited edition stencil mixed media hand embellished Print
          Sep. 29, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed limited edition stencil mixed media hand embellished Print

          Est: $100 - $1,000

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media hand embellished print number Pencil signed number 1/30. Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media print number 38/50. 1978 elegantly Kato framed. Initially, Mori trained in nihonga, a style of painting that emerged in Japan in the late 19th century as a reaction against the influence of Western art forms. It was during this early period of his artistic career that Mori cultivated an appreciation for traditional Japanese aesthetics and techniques, which would later inform his work in woodblock printing. In the mid-1950s, Mori began to experiment with stencil dying, and by the end of that decade, he had almost entirely shifted his artistic practice to kappazuri-e, a form of stencil print. In 1959, he was accepted into the Japan Print Association, which marked the beginning of his official recognition as a print artist. Mori's works are typically characterized by their bold, dynamic compositions, and their subjects often include traditional Japanese folk tales and kabuki scenes. These are rendered with a strong sense of color and a distinctive graphic style, often featuring a fluid, calligraphic line. Yoshitoshi Mori's works have been exhibited internationally and are included in numerous prestigious collections, including those of the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite his late start in printmaking, Mori achieved significant recognition and contributed a unique voice to 20th-century Japanese art. Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Yoshitoshi Mori signed original gouache painting
          Aug. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed original gouache painting

          Est: $400 - $800

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed original gouache painting in elegant kato frame Kato Framing 20" x 18" Visible 12.5" x 10.25" Initially, Mori trained in nihonga, a style of painting that emerged in Japan in the late 19th century as a reaction against the influence of Western art forms. It was during this early period of his artistic career that Mori cultivated an appreciation for traditional Japanese aesthetics and techniques, which would later inform his work in woodblock printing. In the mid-1950s, Mori began to experiment with stencil dying, and by the end of that decade, he had almost entirely shifted his artistic practice to kappazuri-e, a form of stencil print. In 1959, he was accepted into the Japan Print Association, which marked the beginning of his official recognition as a print artist. Mori's works are typically characterized by their bold, dynamic compositions, and their subjects often include traditional Japanese folk tales and kabuki scenes. These are rendered with a strong sense of color and a distinctive graphic style, often featuring a fluid, calligraphic line. Yoshitoshi Mori's works have been exhibited internationally and are included in numerous prestigious collections, including those of the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite his late start in printmaking, Mori achieved significant recognition and contributed a unique voice to 20th-century Japanese art. Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Yoshitoshi Mori Artist Proof Stencil and mixed media print hand embellished
          Aug. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori Artist Proof Stencil and mixed media print hand embellished

          Est: $300 - $600

          Yoshitoshi Mori Artist Proof Stencil and mixed media print hand embellished 1982 Print Frame: 19" x 24.25" Visible 13" x 18" Initially, Mori trained in nihonga, a style of painting that emerged in Japan in the late 19th century as a reaction against the influence of Western art forms. It was during this early period of his artistic career that Mori cultivated an appreciation for traditional Japanese aesthetics and techniques, which would later inform his work in woodblock printing. In the mid-1950s, Mori began to experiment with stencil dying, and by the end of that decade, he had almost entirely shifted his artistic practice to kappazuri-e, a form of stencil print. In 1959, he was accepted into the Japan Print Association, which marked the beginning of his official recognition as a print artist. Mori's works are typically characterized by their bold, dynamic compositions, and their subjects often include traditional Japanese folk tales and kabuki scenes. These are rendered with a strong sense of color and a distinctive graphic style, often featuring a fluid, calligraphic line. Yoshitoshi Mori's works have been exhibited internationally and are included in numerous prestigious collections, including those of the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite his late start in printmaking, Mori achieved significant recognition and contributed a unique voice to 20th-century Japanese art. Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil hand embellished mixed media print
          Aug. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil hand embellished mixed media print

          Est: $500 - $1,000

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil hand embellished mixed media print number 1 of 30 and dated 1979 elegantly Kato framing Rare Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media print number 1 of 30 and dated 1979 elegantly Kato framing Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil hand embellished gouache mixed media stencil print
          Aug. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil hand embellished gouache mixed media stencil print

          Est: $300 - $600

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil hand embellished gouache mixed media stencil print number 31/80. 1978 elegantly Kato framed. Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media print number 31/80. 1978 elegantly Kato framed. Initially, Mori trained in nihonga, a style of painting that emerged in Japan in the late 19th century as a reaction against the influence of Western art forms. It was during this early period of his artistic career that Mori cultivated an appreciation for traditional Japanese aesthetics and techniques, which would later inform his work in woodblock printing. In the mid-1950s, Mori began to experiment with stencil dying, and by the end of that decade, he had almost entirely shifted his artistic practice to kappazuri-e, a form of stencil print. In 1959, he was accepted into the Japan Print Association, which marked the beginning of his official recognition as a print artist. Mori's works are typically characterized by their bold, dynamic compositions, and their subjects often include traditional Japanese folk tales and kabuki scenes. These are rendered with a strong sense of color and a distinctive graphic style, often featuring a fluid, calligraphic line. Yoshitoshi Mori's works have been exhibited internationally and are included in numerous prestigious collections, including those of the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite his late start in printmaking, Mori achieved significant recognition and contributed a unique voice to 20th-century Japanese art. Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Large Yoshitoshi Mori signed and dated 1989 gouache
          Aug. 04, 2023

          Large Yoshitoshi Mori signed and dated 1989 gouache

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Large Yoshitoshi Mori signed and dated 1989 gouache of geisha playing a musical instrument in impressive kato framing Large Yoshitoshi Mori signed and dated '89 gouache of geisha playing a musical instrument in impressive kato framing Initially, Mori trained in nihonga, a style of painting that emerged in Japan in the late 19th century as a reaction against the influence of Western art forms. It was during this early period of his artistic career that Mori cultivated an appreciation for traditional Japanese aesthetics and techniques, which would later inform his work in woodblock printing. In the mid-1950s, Mori began to experiment with stencil dying, and by the end of that decade, he had almost entirely shifted his artistic practice to kappazuri-e, a form of stencil print. In 1959, he was accepted into the Japan Print Association, which marked the beginning of his official recognition as a print artist. Mori's works are typically characterized by their bold, dynamic compositions, and their subjects often include traditional Japanese folk tales and kabuki scenes. These are rendered with a strong sense of color and a distinctive graphic style, often featuring a fluid, calligraphic line. Yoshitoshi Mori's works have been exhibited internationally and are included in numerous prestigious collections, including those of the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite his late start in printmaking, Mori achieved significant recognition and contributed a unique voice to 20th-century Japanese art. Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Yoshitoshi Mori signed gouache painting
          Aug. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed gouache painting

          Est: $400 - $800

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed gouache painting in impressive kato framing Pencil Signed Yoshitoshi Mori signed gouache in impressive kato framing Pencil Signed Initially, Mori trained in nihonga, a style of painting that emerged in Japan in the late 19th century as a reaction against the influence of Western art forms. It was during this early period of his artistic career that Mori cultivated an appreciation for traditional Japanese aesthetics and techniques, which would later inform his work in woodblock printing. In the mid-1950s, Mori began to experiment with stencil dying, and by the end of that decade, he had almost entirely shifted his artistic practice to kappazuri-e, a form of stencil print. In 1959, he was accepted into the Japan Print Association, which marked the beginning of his official recognition as a print artist. Mori's works are typically characterized by their bold, dynamic compositions, and their subjects often include traditional Japanese folk tales and kabuki scenes. These are rendered with a strong sense of color and a distinctive graphic style, often featuring a fluid, calligraphic line. Yoshitoshi Mori's works have been exhibited internationally and are included in numerous prestigious collections, including those of the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite his late start in printmaking, Mori achieved significant recognition and contributed a unique voice to 20th-century Japanese art. Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media hand embellished print
          Aug. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media hand embellished print

          Est: $300 - $600

          Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media hand embellished print number 38/50. 1978 elegantly Kato framed. Yoshitoshi Mori signed and numbered limited edition stencil mixed media print number 38/50. 1978 elegantly Kato framed. Initially, Mori trained in nihonga, a style of painting that emerged in Japan in the late 19th century as a reaction against the influence of Western art forms. It was during this early period of his artistic career that Mori cultivated an appreciation for traditional Japanese aesthetics and techniques, which would later inform his work in woodblock printing. In the mid-1950s, Mori began to experiment with stencil dying, and by the end of that decade, he had almost entirely shifted his artistic practice to kappazuri-e, a form of stencil print. In 1959, he was accepted into the Japan Print Association, which marked the beginning of his official recognition as a print artist. Mori's works are typically characterized by their bold, dynamic compositions, and their subjects often include traditional Japanese folk tales and kabuki scenes. These are rendered with a strong sense of color and a distinctive graphic style, often featuring a fluid, calligraphic line. Yoshitoshi Mori's works have been exhibited internationally and are included in numerous prestigious collections, including those of the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite his late start in printmaking, Mori achieved significant recognition and contributed a unique voice to 20th-century Japanese art. Considered to be one of Japan's finest and most innovative 20th century print makers, Mori has exhibited throughout the world and his works can be found in permanent collections of innumerable museums throughout the world including the Berlin National Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Fine Arts Museum Boston, Barcelona Arts Museum, British Museum, Japan Folk Art Museum , Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Gallery and others

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992)Woodblock Print
          Jun. 24, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992)Woodblock Print

          Est: $100 - $300

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992)Woodblock Print,stamped and signed in pencil, dated 1985 and numbered 24/70,frame size H 77 cm(30.5 in.) x W50 cm(20 in.),Preview from Jun. 19th to 23rd from 1:00 PM TO 5:00 PM Eastern Time, Location: 15229 Display Court, Rockville MD 20850.

          Luban Antique
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) 2 Kappazuri Stencil Prints
          Jun. 07, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) 2 Kappazuri Stencil Prints

          Est: $100 - $200

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) Kappazuri Stencil Prints. "Blue Mermaid," 1974, signed, dated and numbered: 172/300. Framed. Size: 13.25'' x 19'', 34 x 48 cm (sight); 19.75'' x 25.5'', 50 x 65 cm (frame).Together with "Street Vendors," 1970, signed and dated. Unframed. Size: 17.5'' x 11.75'', 44 x 30 cm (image).

          Material Culture
        • Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898 - 1992), Kappazuri Burning of Rokuhara 1973, Stencil Print, Unframed Sheet Size: 22 1/2 x 27 1/2 in. (57.2 x 69.9 cm.)
          Jun. 06, 2023

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898 - 1992), Kappazuri Burning of Rokuhara 1973, Stencil Print, Unframed Sheet Size: 22 1/2 x 27 1/2 in. (57.2 x 69.9 cm.)

          Est: $200 - $400

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898 - 1992), Kappazuri Burning of Rokuhara 1973, Stencil Print,

          Weschler's
        • Yoshitoshi Mori " Kimono Dyers " Limited Edition Signed Japanese Stencil Art
          Jun. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori " Kimono Dyers " Limited Edition Signed Japanese Stencil Art

          Est: -

          Pickup on Tuesday, Jun 6, 2023 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Large items cannot be shipped. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline, NOT requiring shipping will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not paid for will be automatically charged to the card on file.

          Aether Auctions
        • Yoshitoshi Mori " Roppo " Limited Addition Signed Stencil Artwork
          Jun. 04, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori " Roppo " Limited Addition Signed Stencil Artwork

          Est: -

          Pickup on Tuesday, Jun 6, 2023 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Large items cannot be shipped. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline, NOT requiring shipping will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not paid for will be automatically charged to the card on file.

          Aether Auctions
        • Japanese Woodblock Print Yoshitoshi Mori
          Jun. 03, 2023

          Japanese Woodblock Print Yoshitoshi Mori

          Est: $160 - $200

          Japanese Woodblock Print by Yoshitoshi Mori Kurozu Making

          Woodblock Prints World
        • Japanese Woodblock Print Yoshitoshi Mori
          Jun. 03, 2023

          Japanese Woodblock Print Yoshitoshi Mori

          Est: $400 - $500

          Japanese Woodblock Print by Yoshitoshi Mori Warriors

          Woodblock Prints World
        • MORI YOSHITOSHI (1898-1992) AND MIZUFUNE ROKUSHU (1912-1980) Showa era (1926-1989), dated between 1957-1978 (4)
          May. 23, 2023

          MORI YOSHITOSHI (1898-1992) AND MIZUFUNE ROKUSHU (1912-1980) Showa era (1926-1989), dated between 1957-1978 (4)

          Est: £1,000 - £1,500

          MORI YOSHITOSHI (1898-1992) AND MIZUFUNE ROKUSHU (1912-1980) Showa era (1926-1989), dated between 1957-1978 Four prints of various sizes and formats; three vertical stencil prints by Yoshitoshi, the first a print (titled Kitsune no iru kagura [Shinto Dance of the Fox]), edition number A.P VI/X, dated '57, 85.5cm x 67.5cm (33 11/16in x 26 9/16in), mounted on card, the second of Taira no Tsunemasa playing the biwa, edition number 32/50, dated '72, 69cm x 51.5cm (27 3/16in x 20 5/16in), mounted on card, the third a traveller holding a sword, edition number 10/50, dated '78, 52cm x 34.5cm (20½in x 13 5/8in), all signed Yoshitoshi Mori/Y Mori; the last a horizontal woodblock print by Mizufune Rokushu, titled Hyoryu (Drifting), edition number 13/30, dated 1959, signed Mizufune, 38cm x 78cm (15in x 30¾in). (4).

          Bonhams
        • Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898-1992)
          May. 18, 2023

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898-1992)

          Est: £1,000 - £1,500

          Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898-1992), Woodcut with hand colouring, signed, numbered 15/70, dated 81, 44.5 x 60cm

          Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992): Musicians
          Apr. 20, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992): Musicians

          Est: $100 - $200

          1969; color woodblock print, matted, framed and glazed; signed and dated, numbered 37/100

          Abell Auction
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (1898 - 1992): Samurai
          Apr. 20, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (1898 - 1992): Samurai

          Est: $100 - $200

          1969; color woodblock print, framed floating and glazed; signed, dated and numbered 30/50

          Abell Auction
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (1898-1992). THREE JAPANESE PRINTS.
          Apr. 20, 2023

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (1898-1992). THREE JAPANESE PRINTS.

          Est: €300 - €600

          Prints on Japanese paper depicting genre scenes. Frames by Pere Cosp i Villaró (1907-2007). Stamped and signed in pencil. 103 x 77 cm; 117 x 90 cm (frame). 85 x 73 cm; 96 x 85.5 cm (frame). 77 x 56 cm; 89 x 68 cm (frame).   

          Subarna Subastas
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992)
          Mar. 17, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992)

          Est: $100 - $200

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) Samurai, 1975 woodblock print signed, dated and numbered 10 of 50 (lower right) Overall: 30 1/2 x 44 inches. This lot is located in Palm Beach.

          Hindman
        • A Collection of Thirty-Eight Modern Japanese Prints
          Mar. 17, 2023

          A Collection of Thirty-Eight Modern Japanese Prints

          Est: $600 - $800

          A Collection of Thirty-Eight Modern Japanese Prints comprising: Yoshitori Mori (1898-1992) Village Scene stencil print 21 x 15 1/4 inches (sight); Kawada Kan (1927-1999) Moonlight color woodblock print, framed 19 1/4 x 12 1/2 inches (sight); Tetsuro Sawada (1933-1998) Afterglow silkscreen, framed 13 1/4 x 21 inches (sight); Tokio Miyashita (1930-2011) Lake and Mountains, Red Dragonfly and Untitled (Lighthouses) (four works) color woodblock prints, each framed Largest: 13 1/2 x 18 inches (sight); Junichiro Sekino (1914-1988) Untitled (Rooftops, Snow), Sumo: Takamiyama, Totsuka: Carp Streamers, Fujieda: Wheat Fields at Twilight (2) (six works) color woodblock prints, each framed Largest: 18 1/4 x 26 inches (sight); Yoshiharu Kimura (b. 1934) Sound of Wind and King & Queen (two works) color woodblock prints, each framed 17 1/2 x 10 7/8 inches (sight), 24 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches (sight); Kiyoshi Saito (1907-1997) Untitled (two works) color woodblock prints, each framed Larger: 15 x 10 inches (sight); Tanaka Ryohei (1933-2019) Untitled (Trees) and Temple Gate (two works) etchings, each framed First: 17 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches (sight); second: 9 x 8 1/4 inches (sight); Koichi Sakamoto (b. 1970) Distant Madder and Madder Clouds (two works) Larger: 6 3/4 x 9 inches (sight); Yoshikatsu Tamekane (b. 1959) Wing Fantasy III color woodblock print 38 1/2 x 26 1/2 (sheet); Ray Morimura (b. 1948) Pagoda in Haguro-san and Taisha (two works) color woodblock prints Each: 17 5/8 x 23 1/2 inches (image); Takeshi Hara (b. 1942) Strokes 87-3 color lithograph, framed 26 x 22 1/2 inches (sight); Takehiko Hironaga (b. 1935) Aizu 16 1/4 x 21 1/2 inches (sight); Akihiko Takekawa (20th Century) Temple color woodblock print, framed 16 x 25 inches (sight); Kiso Yoshida (1919-2005) Sun and Wave color woodblock print, framed 14 x 19 1/2 inches (sight); Eien Iwahashi (1903-1999) Hokkaido Girl color woodblock print, framed 17 3/4 x 13 1/4 inches (sight); Shigeki Kuroda (b. 1953) 505 South Flower St and The Blast of WIngs (two works) etchings, framed Each: 12 3/4 x 19 inches (sight); Takeshi Ishida (1922-2010) Untitled (Fuji) color woodblock print, framed 15 x 21 1/2 inches (sight); Okiie Hashimoto (1899-1993) Ume color woodblock print, framed 23 1/2 x 19 inches (sight); Various Artists (20th Century) Spring Queen of Flowers color woodblock print, framed 26 1/2 x 20 inches (sight); Cranes color woodblock print, framed 13 3/4 x 20 3/4 inches (sight); Untitled (two works) silkscreen, framed 19 x 13 1/4 inches (sight); Gathered Children color woodblock print, framed 14 x 19 1/2 inches (sight); together with one mixed-media collage and one print on canvas, each framed. This lot is located in Chicago. Provenance: (Wing Fantasy III, Pagoda in Haguro-san&Taisha) The Tolman Collection, Tokyo, 17 February 2010 (with invoice) (Sumo, Ume & Temple Gate) Yoseido Gallery, Tokyo, 12 April 1999 (with invoice)

          Hindman
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992)
          Mar. 17, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992)

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) Otokonosuke, 1985 and Sumo, 1987 (two works) 'kappa-ban' (stencil print) on Japanese paper each signed in pencil in Roman script Yoshitoshi Mori and dated, sealed in red in Japanese Yoshi; the first numbered 3/50, the second numbered 8/50 First: 25 3/4 x 35 1/2 inches (sight); 34 5/8 x 44 1/8 inches (frame). This lot is located in Chicago. Provenance: (Otokonosuke) The Tolman Collection, Tokyo, 14 January 2006 (with invoice)

          Hindman
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992): Akazaya (Red Sheath)
          Mar. 16, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992): Akazaya (Red Sheath)

          Est: $300 - $500

          1981; stencil print on paper, matted, framed and glazed; pencil-signed "Yoshitoshi Mori" and with seal, dated, and numbered 67/70; depicting a samurai; Provenance: Property from a Burlingame, California Estate

          Abell Auction
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (1898-1992) SIGNED WOODBLOCK
          Mar. 12, 2023

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (1898-1992) SIGNED WOODBLOCK

          Est: $150 - $200

          Pencil signed lower right along with red stamp. Not examined out of wood frame; light toning line along mat edge. Mat opening 17.25" x 11.5" approx. Frame 22.5" x 16.75".

          District Auction
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992), Celebrating Figure, circa 1968, Woodblock Print in Color Framed: 22 x 18 in (55.9 x 45.7 cm)
          Feb. 14, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992), Celebrating Figure, circa 1968, Woodblock Print in Color Framed: 22 x 18 in (55.9 x 45.7 cm)

          Est: $100 - $200

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese 1898-1992), Celebrating Figure, circa 1968, Woodblock Print in Color

          Weschler's
        • Japanese Woodblock Print Yoshitoshi Mori
          Jan. 28, 2023

          Japanese Woodblock Print Yoshitoshi Mori

          Est: $80 - $100

          Japanese Woodblock Print by Yoshitoshi Mori Kurozu Making

          Woodblock Prints World
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992) Japanese, Woodblock
          Jan. 07, 2023

          Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992) Japanese, Woodblock

          Est: $200 - $400

          Black and pink abstract woodblock print on paper, numbered 9/50, stamped seal, pencil signed and dated 1975. Overall size: 25 x 31 in. Sight size: 18 1/2 x 25 in.

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), Farmers in a village., Woodblock print, 22” x 28”. Framed 25” x 30”.
          Dec. 08, 2022

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), Farmers in a village., Woodblock print, 22” x 28”. Framed 25” x 30”.

          Est: $300 - $500

          YOSHITOSHI MORI Japan, 1898-1992 Farmers in a village. Signed and dated 1959 lower right. Numbered 14/50.

          Eldred's
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), “Tradesmen”., Woodblock print, oban tate-e, 17” x 11”. Matted 20” x 16”.
          Dec. 08, 2022

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), “Tradesmen”., Woodblock print, oban tate-e, 17” x 11”. Matted 20” x 16”.

          Est: $300 - $500

          YOSHITOSHI MORI Japan, 1898-1992 "Tradesmen". Pencil-signed and seal marked lower right.

          Eldred's
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), Sake Drinker., Woodblock print, 27.5" x 20". Unframed.
          Dec. 08, 2022

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), Sake Drinker., Woodblock print, 27.5" x 20". Unframed.

          Est: $300 - $500

          YOSHITOSHI MORI Japan, 1898-1992 Sake Drinker. Signed and seal marked lower left and dated "'77". Numbered 7/50.

          Eldred's
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), Warrior Portrait - Kabuki., Woodblock print, oban tate-e, 17” x 12”. Matted 22” x 17.5”.
          Dec. 08, 2022

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japan, 1898-1992), Warrior Portrait - Kabuki., Woodblock print, oban tate-e, 17” x 12”. Matted 22” x 17.5”.

          Est: $300 - $500

          YOSHITOSHI MORI Japan, 1898-1992 Warrior Portrait - Kabuki. Pencil-signed and seal marked lower left.

          Eldred's
        • Yoshitoshi Mori Samurai on Horseback Kappa-Ban Print
          Dec. 03, 2022

          Yoshitoshi Mori Samurai on Horseback Kappa-Ban Print

          Est: $200 - $400

          Mori, Yoshitoshi (Japanese, 1898-1992), Samurai on Horseback, c.1970s, Kappa-Ban Stencil print on paper, signed in pencil and with artist's red chop to lower right, full sheet 17 x 12 inches, floated in a frame 21.5 x 16.5 inches.

          Concept Art Gallery
        • YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japanese 1898-1992) A PRINT, "Tsukiji Fish Market," 1976,
          Nov. 12, 2022

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japanese 1898-1992) A PRINT, "Tsukiji Fish Market," 1976,

          Est: $200 - $400

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (Japanese 1898-1992) A PRINT, "Tsukiji Fish Market," 1976, woodblock print in colors on hand-made paper, signed and dated in pencil L/R, "Y Mori 76," with the artist's red ink stamp, numbered L/L, "9/50;" 36 1/4'' x 23 3/4'', framed 46 3/4'' x 33 3/4''.

          Houston Auction Company
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) Tale of Genji, 1975
          Nov. 03, 2022

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) Tale of Genji, 1975

          Est: $200 - $400

          Woodblock print. Yoshitoshi Mori Tale of Genji (1975) 45/50.

          Cottone Auctions
        • Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) Woodblock Print, Rice Paper, 1983, H 14.5", W 11.5", Kissing Lovers
          Oct. 13, 2022

          Yoshitoshi Mori (Japanese, 1898-1992) Woodblock Print, Rice Paper, 1983, H 14.5", W 11.5", Kissing Lovers

          Est: $300 - $500

          YOSHITOSHI MORI (JAPANESE, 1898-1992) WOODBLOCK PRINT, RICE PAPER, 1983, H 14.5", W 11.5", KISSING LOVERS A 1983 woodblock print on rice paper by Yoshitoshi Mori. Depicting a young kissing couple. Artist's signature, date, edition number (7/50) and artist's seal to the lower margins. Frame measures H 29" x W 26".

          DuMouchelles
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