Abstract shapes form a lively contrasting pattern; this is a hard-to- find, wonderful early print by the talented Hodaka, son on Hiroshi Yoshida and brother of Toshi, dated 1958, when the artist was 30 years old.
Curvilinear and rectangular shapes are combined, forming a rich pattern of softened geometric shapes that both contrast and harmonize in colors of black, greys. ochre and white
Very good condition; edges slightly soiled, two pin holes to left margin within 1/8 inch of outer edge,
small area of light thinning paper in image .