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Zen.  IDO, Masao (1945-). Garden. Original Japanese woodblock print, signed in pencil by the artist. Edition number 73 of 150, 1987.

Zen - Masao Ido - Garden - original Japanese woodblock print, signed in pencil by the artist. Edition number 73 of 1987

Poppies Art Print

Artist Spotlight: Woodblock Prints by Deb DeCicco

Moby Dick Woodblock Print by Erika Gallagher, via Behance

Moby Dick Woodblock Print by Erika Gallagher, via Behance // Story book scenes on chalkboard?

Solitude original woodblock print by LisaVanMeter on Etsy

birch tree shadow snow Solitude original woodblock print by LisaVanMeter on Etsy

Japanese woodblock print artist Tsuzen Nakajima

Japanese woodblock print artist Tsuzen Nakajima The use of the actual wood grain as "water" is amazing!

Oscar Droege 1898 - 1982 Oscar Droege was an exceptional woodblock artist and one of the best of the German woodblock practitioners.

Woodblock print by Oscar Droege Droege was an exceptional woodblock artist, one of the best of the German practitioners

Daisy Bouquet Woodcut Print, Woodblock Print by Tugboat Printshop

Daisy Bouquet Woodcut Print, Woodblock Print by Tugboat Printshop Valerie Lueth, Paul Roden Daisy Bouquet 2015

My god this is stunning! Woodblock art never ceases to astound me. House in Tamugimata - woodblock print by Ray (Rei)  MORIMURA, Japan 森村 玲 [田麦俣の家]

Tokyo-born artist Ray Morimura 's beautiful wood block prints. Via My Modern Metropolis

Kunihiro Amano, Woodblock Print, 1956.

Such Great Lines and Shapes on these Crows! Title: Crows - A Artist: Amano, Kunihiro, b. 1929 Date: 1956 Medium: woodblock

Sacred Grove Yoshida Tōshi (Japan, Tokyo, 1911-1995) Japan, 1941 Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 9 9/16 x 6 7/8 in. (24.29 x 17.46 cm); Sheet: 10 9/16 x 8 in. (26.82 x 20.32 cm) Gift of Chuck Bowdlear, Ph.D., and John Borozan, M.A. (M.2000.105.126) Japanese Art

Sacred Grove by Toshi Yoshida (Tokyo, Japan, 1941 Prints; woodcuts color woodblock print Image: 9 x 6 in.

Black-necked Stilt by marissabuschow on Etsy

woodblock print - i like the use of repetitive reflection use the lino without reinking it fo r the reflextion.

Japanese woodblock print artist Tsuzen Nakajima

Tsuzen Nakajima, woodblock Courtesy Rebekah Zinn, my Daughter-The-Lawyer, who has much better taste than this old .