(1887 - 1987)
Fujio Yoshida was active/lived in Rhode Island / Japan. Fujio Yoshida is known for abstract painting and woodblock prints.
Biography Fujio Yoshida
Fujio Yoshida was a Japanese artist. She was the first female artist among the Yoshida family artists. She was the daughter of artist Kasaburo Yoshida and his wife Rui Yoshida. She married artist Hiroshi Yoshida. Trained from an early age in the Western-style, she went on to create both naturalistic and abstract watercolors, oils, and woodblock prints. Her paintings of enlarged flower parts are sometimes, and perhaps incorrectly, associated with Georgia O'Keeffe's work.
Her father and mother had a family of four girls, but to begin with no son was born to carry on Kasaburo's work as a Western-style artist. As a result Kasaburo adopted his most talented student, Hiroshi Ueda. A few years later a son was born, but Hiroshi was so favore
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