Moonlight of the Taj Mahal, No 4, from the series, India and Southeast Asia, by Yoshida Hiroshi, 1931.

Photos: 1930s India seen in Japanese woodblock prints

Moonlight of the Taj Mahal, No from the series, India and Southeast Asia, by Yoshida Hiroshi, Gallery of Art and Arthur M Sackler Gallery)

this isn't happiness.

Hiroshi Yoshida, Morning Mist in Taj Mahal Images courtesy of Ronin Gallery

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A collection of postcards that depict India of the 1930s in Japanese woodblock style

Victoria Memorial, from the series, India and Southeast Asia, by Yoshida Hiroshi, Gallery of Art and Arthur M Sackler Gallery)

Morning of Darjeeling, from the series, India and Southeast Asia, by Yoshida Hiroshi, 1931.(Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M Sackler Gallery)

Photos: 1930s India seen in Japanese woodblock prints

Hodaka Mountain (Hodaka-Yama), from the series Japanese Alps, One of Twelve Subjects (Nihon Arupusu Ju-ni Dai no Uchi) by Hiroshi Yoshida

Buy prints of Hodaka Mountain (Hodaka-Yama), from the series Japanese Alps, One of Twelve Subjects (Nihon Arupusu Ju-ni Dai no Uchi) by Hiroshi Yoshida online.

Moonlight Lead by William Hays. Eight color linoleum block print. Limited edition of 100. Printed with oil based, fine art printmaking inks on Stonehenge, 100 percent rag paper. Titled, numbered and signed in pencil below the image area. On a still, clear night the moonlight reflects on an open lead behind spruce trees, heavily draped in fresh snow.

Moonlight Lead by William Hays (Linocut Print

"Moonlight Lead" by William Hays. Eight-color reduction linocut print, x 23 cm image area. Printed using oil-based inks on Stonehenge printmaking paper.

Taj Mahal en Agra, India El fotógrafo necesitó encontrar el momento adecuado para tomar estas instantáneas ya que está prohibido sobrevolar la zona con drones. El resultado es espectacular, puesto que rara vez se habían tomado fotografías desde estos ángulos.

Taj Mahal, India -- Spectacular Drone Photos Catch Famous Places The Way They Were Designed To Be Seen

Toshi Yoshida  Title: "Yodo River" ("Yodogawa")  Date: 1942 (later edition, likely ca1990's)  Publisher: Yoshida Family Studio  Seal, Carver/Printer: Block-signed (impressed) signature. "Jikoku" seal (upper left) indicates blocks were self-carved by Toshi himself.  Image Size: 6 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches  Medium: Japanese Woodblock Print

Toshi Yoshida Title: "Yodo River" ("Yodogawa") Date: 1942 (later edition, likely ca1990's) Publisher: Yoshida Family Studio Seal, Carver/Printer: Block-signed (impressed) signature. "Jikoku" seal (upper left) indicates blocks were self-carved by Toshi himself. Image Size: 6 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches Medium: Japanese Woodblock Print

Mare al chiaro di luna, Shoda Koho, 1910-1920

Fishing by the Moon light, such a peaceful time to be on the water. I have fished by the moon light and love it!

A copy of a 17th-century Mughal painting of Jahangir shooting Malik Ambar through the head, part of 'African Elites in India: Habshi Amarat,' Free Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington

Mughal dream painting of Jahangir shooting his non-Mughal rival Malik Ambar through the head. Malik was an African ex-slave who in 1560 ruled a Deccan kingdom. Ambar actually died at 80 a natural death. Freer Gallery of Art, D.

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