Ando Hiroshige:
Picture "Suijin Grove and Masaki" (1856-58), framed
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Picture "Suijin Grove and Masaki" (1856-58), framed
Ando Hiroshige:
Picture "Suijin Grove and Masaki" (1856-58), framed

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limited, 499 copies | certificate | reproduction, Giclée print on handmade paper | framed | glazed | size 79 x 54 cm (h/w)

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Picture "Suijin Grove and Masaki" (1856-58), framed

One of the most exquisite of the "100 Views of Famous Places in Edo" by Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858). Original: 1856-58, colour woodcut, 39 x 26 cm, St. Petersburg, State Hermitage.

Giclée print on handmade paper. Limited edition of 499 copies. Framed in a sophisticated solid wood frame, dustproof glazed. With certificate. Size 79 x 54 cm (h/w).

About Ando Hiroshige

1797-1858

Along with Hokusai, Ando Hiroshige (also known as Utagawa Hiroshige) is considered the most important woodcarver of his time. The publication of his "53 Stations of the Tokaido" (1833-1834) practically made him famous overnight. His well-composed, detail-obsessed landscape paintings remained popular even after his death so that more than five-digit editions were released. He was revered as a "meishoeshi" (master of depicting famous places) during his lifetime, and his works, above all the "100 Views of Famous Places in Edo" (Tokyo), which he created in the last years of his life, paved the way for Japanese woodcarving in Europe. Van Gogh was fascinated by them and even made copies.

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