Ray Morimura (b. 1948) is a Japanese woodblock print artist. His background in abstract oil painting led him to use oil-based inks in woodblock printing rather than the traditional water-based inks. His images are mostly of Japanese landscapes, but he is defined by his unique abstract geometric patterns which add structural freedom to an otherwise traditional scene. His works are in the permanent collections of the Fine Arts Museum, Boston, Universities of Maryland and Yale, and the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.