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Hiroshige-2
Hiroshige-2
Item# UKI014
$240.00

Product Description

No. 46 from The 53 Stations of Tokaido

Hiroshige (1797-1858)

While certainly one of the best landscape painters in the world, Hiroshige was also an excellent artist of many different subjects. He had an insatiable urge to draw everything.

We have some Hiroshige Fukkoku prints. If you are interested, please e-mail: ogawaec@aol.com. We will send you the entire Hiroshige Fukkoku collection.

The 53 Stations of Tokaido (Hoeido version) series: 55 sheets, The 100 Famous Views of Edo: 118 sheets, Tanzaku (rectangular vertical prints): 20 sheets, Fish series: 20 sheets, etc.

Tokaido and Edo series made by Tokyo Dento Mokuhanga Kogei Kyokai (Tokyo Traditional Woodblock Prints Craft Associates)as their Fukkoku projects.

The 53 Stations of Tokaido (Hoeido version) series, travel from Edo (now Tokyo) to Kyoto: 55 sheets

(1) Nihonbashi: 6:00 a.m., (2) Shinagawa: Two Hours Later, ( 3) Kawasaki: 136 Yards, (4) Kanagawa: Nose of Elephant, (5) Hodogaya: 2 and 8 Soba Restaurant, (6) Totsuka: Tea Shop, (7) Fujisawa: Red Temple, (8) Hiratsuka: Round-shaped Mountain, (9) Oiso: Rain of Tiger, (10) Odawara: Sakawa River, (11) Hakone: Picture of Lake, (12) Mishima: Morning Mist, (13) Numazu: Moonlight, (14) Hara: Morning Fuji, (15) Yoshiwara: Left view of Fuji, (16) Snow in Kanbara, (17) Yui: Cliff, (18) Okitsu: Sumo Wrestlers, (19) Ejiri: Harbor, (20) Fuchu: Crossing the River, (21) Mariko: Odd Couple, (22) Okabe: Fearsome Stretch, (23) Fujieda: Exchange, (24) Shimada: Oigawa River, (25) Kanaya: 207.2 km (128.8 Miles), (26) Nissaka: Crying Stone, (27) Kakegawa: Kites, (28) Fukuroi: Halfway, (29) Mitsuke: Rapid Stream, (30) Hamamatsu: Honda, (31) Maisaka: Hamanako Lake, (32) Arai: Rough Barrier, (33) Shirasuga: Seascape, (34) Futakawa: Taking Refreshment, (35) Yoshida: Repairing Castle, (36) Goyu: Attracting Customers, (37) Akasaka: Ohashiya Inn, (38) Fujikawa: Purple Wheat, (39) Okazaki; Birthplace of Shogun, (40) Chiryu: Cotton Center, (41) Narumi: Tie-dyeing, (42) Miya: Population 10,000, (43) Kuwana: Baked Clams, (44) Yokkaichi: Market on Every 4th Day, (45) Ishiyakushi: Temple, (46) Rain in Shono, (47) Kameyama: Castle in the Snow, (48) Seki: Honjin Inn, (49) Skanoshita: Highwaymen, (50) Tsuchiyama: Rainy Area, (51) Minakuchi: Dried Gourd Shavings, (52) Ishibe: First Rest Stop on the Way to Edom, (53) Kusatsu: Ubamochiya Store [still in business], (54) Otsu: Town of Merchants, (55) Kyoto.