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Ando Hiroshige

Japan (1797 -  1858 ) Wikipedia® : Ando Hiroshige
HIROSHIGE Ando  Fuji River In Snow

Leland Little /Dec 5, 2015
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Variants on Artist's name :

Hiroshige Ichiryûsai

Hiroshige Utagawa

Ando Hiroshige

 

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Ando Hiroshige - Fukagawa Susaki Jumantsubo

Ando Hiroshige - Fukagawa Susaki Jumantsubo

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Lot number: 138
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Lot 138: Hiroshige, Woodcut ‘Fukagawa SusakiJumantsubo’’’’, 19th C. Description: Color woodcutJapan, 19th centuryUTAGAWA Hiroshige (1797-1858) 歌川広重 – Master of JapanesewoodcutsFrom the series ‘100 famous Views of Edo’’’’ - 名所江戸百景 (Meisho Edohyakkei)Title: Fukagawa Susaki JumantsuboSignature: Hiroshige-gaFormat: ObanDimensions: c. 35.5 x 24.3 cmGood conditionObject is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price fordeliveries within the EU. Cf. a woodcut with the same subject in the collection of theBrooklyn Museum in New York (acc. no. 30.1478.107).This print is also with the ‘Rain at Ohashi’’’’ and ‘Foxfires at Oji’’’’ one of the three most popular scenes from the series. A particularappeal is created by the powerful depiction of the eagle, whichlooks for its prey in the wintry marshes below. In the distance thesnow-capped mountain Tsukuba can be seen. Condition: The woodcut is in good condition with slight traces of age andwear. Worn edges, minimal yellowed, backed. The print has adimension of c. 35.5 x 24.3 cm. UTAGAWA Hiroshige (1797-1858) 歌川広重 Together with Kuniyoshi und Kunisada, UTAGAWA Hiroshige was one ofthe most influential masters of Japanese color woodblock printsduring the late Edo period and is considered the last great masterof the ukiyo-e tradition. He created an entirely new composition ofthe landscape view, which generates a harmonious symbiosis betweenman and nature. He is also known as ANDO Hiroshige.
Ando Hiroshige - The Outskirts Of  Koshigaya Musashi

Ando Hiroshige - The Outskirts Of Koshigaya Musashi

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Lot number: 361
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Two Japanese Woodblock Prints: Two antique Japanese wood block prints: one by Hiroshige (1797-1858) depicting The Outskirts of Koshigaya Musashi Province, from the series "Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji "; together with a seated samurai smashing a vase by Kuniyoshi (1791-1861); L: 14" (each); framed
Ando Hiroshige - The Tokaido Road

Ando Hiroshige - The Tokaido Road

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Lot number: 1155
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Description: Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858), four prints (horizontal chuban) from the series "The Tokaido Road" (1850-1851), color woodblocks on paper, framed together, published by Tsutaya Kichizo, including: No. 42 "Kuwana: The Seven-ri Crossing"; No 30 "Maisaka: Imagiri in Totomi Province"; no. 38 "Okazaki: Yahagi Bridge", and one unidentified, each 3-3/8" x 5-1/2". Provenance: Personal collection of Paul Rosenthal, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Tokaido road from Kyoto to Edo (present-day Tokyo) was one of the most famous and heavily traveled routes during the Edo period (1615-1868) and the inspiration for many important artists including Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) and the poet Matsuo Basho (1644-1694).
Ando Hiroshige -  Fuji River In Snow

Ando Hiroshige - Fuji River In Snow

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Lot number: 168
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Lot 168: Utagawa Hiroshige (1796 - 1858) Fuji River in Snow Description: Signed Hiroshige hitsu with seal Ichiryusai, publisher stamp for Sanoya Kihei at bottom right hand corner, kakemono-e, ink and colors on paper, good impression with some fading where print showed through the glass frame, and small areas of loss along the trimmed edges of prints, laid onto a binding paper to keep in place, a repaired rip at the top of the diptych. SS: 28.5 x 10.25 in Utagawa Hiroshige is one of Japan's most famous and recognized woodblock print artists of the Edo period (1615-1868). This rare vertical diptych shows the Fuji River flowing between steep snowy cliffs. It is known that Hiroshige visited this region in 1842 and he probably crossed the Fuji River. Impressions of this print are held in leading museums including Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Tokyo National Museum among others.
Ando Hiroshige - The Tokaido Road

Ando Hiroshige - The Tokaido Road

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Lot number: 97
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Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858), four prints (horizontal chuban) from the series "The Tokaido Road" (1850-1851), color woodblocks on paper, framed together, published by Tsutaya Kichizo, including: No. 42 "Kuwana: The Seven-ri Crossing"; No 30 "Maisaka: Imagiri in Totomi Province"; no. 38 "Okazaki: Yahagi Bridge", and one unidentified, each 3-3/8" x 5-1/2". Provenance: Personal collection of Paul Rosenthal, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Tokaido road from Kyoto to Edo (present-day Tokyo) was one of the most famous and heavily traveled routes during the Edo period (1615-1868) and the inspiration for many important artists including Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) and the poet Matsuo Basho (1644-1694).
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