Famous Places in the Capital: Autumn Moon at Hirosawa Pond
(Miyako meisho no uchi: Hirosawa ike aki no tsuki)
titled at upper right, Miyako meisho no uchi: Hirosawa ike aki no tsuki, signed Sadanobu ga, with red artist's seal, Hasegawa, publisher's seal along the lower right margin, Wataya Kihei, the red cartouche identifies the mountain at upper left, Atago-yama, the mountain to the right, Henjoji-yama, and the inlet at the bottom, Ikeura, ca. 1855-59
koban yoko-e 6 3/4 by 9 5/8 in., 17.2 by 24.4 cm
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (collections.mfa.org), accession no. 11.36398
Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center, accession no. arcUP1662
(inv. no. 10-5173)
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July 10, 2020
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