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Parrots and Cockatoos

Parrots and other exotic birds were a favorite subject of shin hanga print designers. In many of the prints pictured below, the birds are delicately perched atop a beautiful flowering branch. These compositions, more romantic than realistic, are typical of shin hanga kacho-e. A few prints, such as Kurumazaka by Hiroshi Yoshida, depict the birds in more natural poses.


Cockatoo on Branch
by Hodo
(oban, 1938)


Obatan Parrot
by Hiroshi Yoshida
(oban, 1926)


Parrot on Flowering Branch
by Tsuruoka Kakunen
(otanzaku, 1936)


A Pair of Macaws
by Ohara Shoson
(oban, 1932)


Parrot on Magnolia
by Bertha Lum
(1922)


Pomegranate and Parrot
by Ohara Shoson
(oban, 1927)


Kibatan Parrot
by Hiroshi Yoshida
(oban, 1926)


Parrot on Pomegranate
by Ito Sozan
(otanzaku, 1925)


Cockatoo on Bar
by Ohara Shoson
(shikishiban, 1927)


Pair of Macaws
by Ito Sozan
(tanzaku, 1920's)


Parrot on Magnolia
by Hodo
(oban, 1937)


Kurumazaka
by Hiroshi Yoshida
(oban, 1926)

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