Details: This is an UKIYOE, Japanese traditional woodblock print from Japan. This ukiyoe is one of Japanese Ukiyoe famous artist Utagawa Hiroshige works series The Fifty-three Stations in Tokaido road. The title of this work is ''Narumi'' is located in the southwestern corner of Aichi County, is an eastern suburb of Nagoya City, with the Tenshiro River running between it and Nagoya City's Mizuho Ward and Minami Ward on the opposite bank. This town developed as a way station on the old Tokaido, where tie-dyed cotton fabric called "Narumi-shibori" was produced. The kanji letter's on the painting can be read ''Tokaido Goju san tsugi'' meaning ''The Fifty-three Stations in Tokaido'', ''Narumi'' a name of place'', and ''Meibutsu arimatsu shibori'' a specialty arimatsu tie-dye. Ukiyoe is one of the Japanese art techniques, which flourished during the Edo era. It is said that Ukiyoe influenced Van Gogh and Claude Monet. Get this Ukiyoe today to add to your Japanese collection.
Condition: Good condition. Please see the pictures carefully. Wear and tear due to the age.
Dimensions: Approx. Painting: 37 x 25 cm. with frame: 48 x 32.5 cm.
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