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Utagawa Hiroshige, (1797-1858)

Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido: White Rain at Shono

Signed Hiroshige ga with publisher's seal Hoeido (Takenouchi Magohachi), the publisher's name, Takenouchi, and the series name, Gojusan tsugi, are advertised on the umbrella carried by the figure at the lower right. Unidentified red circular collector's seal and censor's kiwame seal in the left-hand margin, ca 1831-4.

oban yoko-e 25.4 by 38.5 cm

Exhibited:
Collected and Cherished, Japanese Art in Dutch Private Collections 1600-1900, Society for Japanese Art, Westfries Museum in Hoorn, The Netherlands, September 2nd - October 22, 2000

Published:
Mason, Asian Art, 2002, p. 286

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