One Hundred Famous Views of Edo: Inside Akiba Shrine, Ukeji
(Meisho Edo hyakkei: Ukeji Akiba no keidai)
titled at upper right, Meisho Edo hyakkei: Ukeji Akiba no keidai, signed Hiroshige ga, with partially trimmed censor's seals aratame (examined), and date seal Mi-hachi (year of the snake, 8th month), and the publisher's seal at lower left, Shitaya Uoei (Uoya Eikichi), 1857
oban tate-e 14 by 9 3/4 in., 35.7 by 24.7 cm
Henry D. Smith II, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo: Illustrations by Hiroshige, George Braziller & Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1986, no. 91
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (metmuseum.org), accession no. JP2518
Brooklyn Museum (brooklynmuseum.org), accession no. 30.1478.91
(inv. no. 10-5165)
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