Hiroshige (Yoko-e)
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Artist: Hiroshige (Yoko-e)
Date: 1831-1834
Size/Format: Oban yoko-e, 14 by 10 ins.
Description: A large sand-bank in the centre of the "Heaven-dragon" River, and people crossing the further arm in boats; two other boats in foreground, moored to the sand-bank, and the distant shore enveloped in mist. The name of this station was derived from the fact that people travelling from Kyoto to Edo were able to get their first glimpse of Mount Fuji from here. The rapidly flowing river "Tenryu" flowed west of the station and travellers had to cross the river by ferryboat.
Series: Fifty-three Stations of The Tokaido
Publisher: Hoeido
Condition: Imperceptible vertical centre-fold, otherwise fine.
Impression: Fine.
Price: (SOLD)

 

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