Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96
Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96

Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa The 53 Stations Of The Tōkaidō Sequel FL96

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Japanese Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Utagawa 

Ukiyo-e is a genre of Japanese art that flourished from the 17th through 19th centuries. Its artists produced woodblock prints and paintings of such subjects as female beauties, kabuki actors, sumo wrestlers, people's lives, and landscapes. Utagawa Hiroshige's paintings were called Hiroshige Blue because a beautiful blue color characterized them. Hiroshige Blue influenced Western painters such as Impressionist Van Gogh and Monet, who originated in France in the late 19th century.

  • Japanese Ukiyo-e 
  • Fifty-three stations of the Tokaido sequel, Sano Ki version, Kyoka with Tokaido
  • Hiroshige Utagawa
  • Hanga, ink print
  • Fujisawa
  • Reprint edition. There is a stamp with the name of the sculptor and printer on the lower right
  • Paper 
  • Item weight: 61 grams
  • Packed weight: 261 grams
  • C1970
  • Approx. 38.5 cm long x 31.5 cm wide
  • Good condition considering its age. Wear and tear due to age. Please see the photos. 
  • This piece was purchased at the famous Osu Antique Market in Nagoya

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