Japanese Art by Ohara Koson 2025 Wall Calendar

Ohara Koson (1877-1945) was a Japanese woodblock print artist renowned for his mastery in the early 20th century. Specialising in prints of birds, flowers, and landscapes, Koson’s work epitomised the Shin-hanga movement, revitalising traditional ukiyo-e art. His prints, admired for their meticulous detail and delicate colouring, gained international recognition, influencing artists like Vincent van Gogh and Gustav Klimt. Despite challenges, including natural disasters and war, Koson’s legacy endures as a timeless representation of Japanese artistry and nature’s beauty.


The main calendar range is the Wall Calendars which measure 320 x 230 mm. Each month has boxes for each day to record your diary dates. Calendars are twin loop wire bound and hang from the top.

Additional information

Dimensions 23 × 32 cm
Product ID

BIP 0017