Two Black Crows - Ohara Koson Poster 1927

Two Black Crows – Ohara Koson Poster 1927

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Poster with two black crows sitting on a branch after a Japanese woodblock print by Ohara Koson.

Black crows are common in Asia and Europe. Like many other birds, they have made the move from the countryside to larger cities, where it is easy to find leftover food and places to nest. In some Japanese cities the number of crows have increased to a level where some consider it to be an invasion.

This particular pair of crows have been sitting on the branch since Ohara Koson designed the woodblock print back in 1927. The print has an almost cartoon-like appearance and a rather modern visual style, even though it is created in line with the same tradition as the rest of Koson’s oeuvre.


  • Artist: Ohara Koson
  • Original Medium: Woodblock Print
  • Style: Kachō-e
  • Year: 1927


The artwork is printed on premium quality 190g matte archival grade paper using high-density water-based inks. This gives a clear print with superb colors, excellent durability and a luxurious matte finish.
Two Black Crows - Ohara Koson Poster 1927