Ando Hiroshige

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HIROSHIGE Ando Ferry Boats At Arai

Bonhams /Nov 19, 2014
379.51 - 506.01
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Hiroshige Ichiryûsai

Hiroshige Utagawa

Ando Hiroshige

 

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Ando Hiroshige - Tales Of Genji

Ando Hiroshige - Tales Of Genji

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Lot number: 607
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Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858) and Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1865), three triptychs of scenes from the "Tales of Genji", color woodblocks on paper, oban tate-e, Edo period (1615-1868), 1850's, "Panoramic View of the Sea from the Inn at Enoshima", from the series "A Fashionable Parody of Genji (Furyu Mitate Genji)", 1854, published by Maruya Jinpachi, left sheet is in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, center print is in the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia, complete triptych is in the Edoardo Chiossone Museum of Oriental Art, Genoa, Italy, "The Plum Orchard", from the series "Elegant Prince Genji (Furyu Genji)", 1853, published by Isekane, complete triptych is in the collection of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, California, and "Prince Genji and Salt Making on Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture", from the series "Elegant Prince Genji (Furyu Genji)," 1853, each 13-2/3" x 29". Framed.
Ando Hiroshige - In The Fashion Of Persons At The Hillside In Heavy Rain.

Ando Hiroshige - In The Fashion Of Persons At The Hillside In Heavy Rain.

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Description: UTAGAWA, HIROSHIGE I. 1797 - 1858 - In the fashion of Persons at the Hillside in Heavy Rain. Edo period. India ink and light paint on silk. Framed, 28,5 x 34,4 cm. Scene modelled on the wood cut 'Shôno' of Utagawa Hiroshige's "53 Views of Tôkaidô. With the inscription '...seki Tsuchiyama...'. Seal: Two red seals, illegible. Condition B.
Ando Hiroshige - Untitled

Ando Hiroshige - Untitled

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Lot number: 102
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Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858) Oban tate-e. From the series, ‘Rokujuyoshu meisho zue’’’’ (‘Famous squares in more than 60 provinces’’’’). Title of leaf, ‘Buzen, Rakanji shita michi’’’’ (the province of Buzen, the pathway below the Rakan monastery). View of the river and the pathway through the rocks. Signed: Hiroshige hitsu. Publishers: Koshimuraya Heisuke. Censor: aratame. Date: 11th month 1854. Verso collector’’’’s stamp: S. M. Shiba, very good impression, very good colours, a few small red stains, margins slightly cropped and yellowing, creasing to the upper right corner, foxing verso, upper corners with remains of former mount verso. (BA) Provenance: From an Austrian private collection
Ando Hiroshige - Ferry Boats At Arai

Ando Hiroshige - Ferry Boats At Arai

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Lot number: 141
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Two woodblock prints Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858) and Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861) Ferry boats at Arai, by Hiroshige, the second by Kuniyoshi a snowy figural scene from the series One Hundred Poets illustrating a poem by Emperor Kôkô, together with a reproduction of a scene of two bijin by Haranobu, each oban 36cm x 24cm
Ando Hiroshige - Edo Meisho Hyakunin Bijo

Ando Hiroshige - Edo Meisho Hyakunin Bijo

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Lot number: 190
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OTHER WOODBLOCK PRINTS Various Properties Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858), Utagawa Toyokuni III (1786-1864), Keisai Eisen (1790-1848), Utagawa Kunisada II (1823-1880) and others 19th century Comprising 22 oban single prints, the majority incomplete sheets from triptychs and three diptychs from triptychs: five bijin-ga and four yakusha-e by Toyokuni III, including two from the series Edo meisho hyakunin bijo (Famous Places in Edo, Compared with 100 Beautiful Women), with inset by Kunihisa; three yakusha-e prints by Kunichika, including one depicting Nakamura Sojuro; one by Hiroshige, depicting Kameyama from the series Tokaido gojusantsui (53 Pairings for the Tokaido Road); two by Hiroshige II (Shigenao), of Ikegami from the series Edo meisho zue (Views of Famous Places in Edo) and Kameido from Edo Meisho (Famous Places in Edo); one by Eisen, depicting Yabuhara from the series Kisokaido rokujukyutsugi (69 Stations of the Kisokaido), bearing no signature; one by Kunimaru, depicting a bijin ; one by Kuninao, depicting two people stepping into a pleasure boat; one uki-e print depicting Chushingura (Treasury of Loyal Retainers) by Shunsen (Shunko II); one musha-e depicting Minamotono Yoshitsune by Yoshifuji; one attributed to the Katsukawa School, depicting ladies in a mansion; one yakusha-e of Iwai Kumezaburo by Kuniaki; three yakusha-e diptychs by Kunisada II; variously published and variously signed except for one by Eisen. The smallest 21.1cm x 34cm (8 3/8in x 13 3/8in), the largest 25.9cm x 38.2cm (10¼in x 15in), the diptychs each approx. 36cm x 50.5cm (14 1/8in x 19 7/8in). (25).
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