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Nihonbashi

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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 Tsugi No Uchi Nihonbashi is the first station on the Tokaido road. The print is silk-screened onto high quality Japanese Washi. The print itself measures approximately 16" x 11.25" with writing and a border making the whole piece measure approximately 19.75" x 13.25"

 

Tokaido 53 Tsugi No Uchi Nihonbashi 

53 Stations of Tokaido - Nihonbashi

Utagawa Hiroshige

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