Toshi Yoshida Born 1911 in Tokyo. Studied oil painting with his father Yoshida Hiroshi and block carving with Maeda Yujiro. Graduated from school of Taiheiyogakai. Traveled widely in India, Europe, and U.S. Member of Nohon Hanga Kyokai from 1952 and Graphic Arts Club. Represented in international competitions in Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and elsewhere. Carries on the Yoshida workshop tradition. In early Showa period he worked in a realistic manner. After World War II he turned to nonobjective prints for several years but later returned to realistic rendition of subject from nature. Coauthor with Yuki Rei of Japanese Print-Making, 1966. See Helen Merritt and Nanako Yamada. "Guide to Modern Japanese Woodblock Prints: 1990-1975". University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu (1992). p 177.