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Utagawa Hiroshige was one of the most prominent ukiyo-e artists. He is best known for his series of prints The 53 Stations of the Tokaido (1832–1833). His influence was not limited to Japan. Hiroshige's work influenced Europe's Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, including Van Gogh, who copied two of his prints in oil paint.
This reproduction of Hiroshige's Shijyogawara Yuusuzumi is from the series "Famous Places in Kyoto/Kyoto Meisho No Uchi" displaying figures enjoying a cool meal on the riverside during Summer. The print is silk-screened onto high quality Japanese Washi. The print measures approximately 18.25" x 11.75" including a small border around the outside of the print.
Kyoto Meisho No Uchi Shijyogawara Yuusuzumi