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Edo Meisho no Uchi: Bentenyama and Kinryuzan temple in Asakusa

Andô Hiroshige III

Spring scene with houses, a temple complex and a pagoda on the riverbank. There are also trees and cherry blossoms. Some people are walking by the river.

(1843 - 1894)

19th century

circa 1870

1930.63

color woodblock print on paper

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Goldfish

Ohara Shôson (Koson)

(1877 - 1945)

20th century

1926

1930.64

color woodblock print on paper

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Hawk in snow

Ohara Shôson (Koson)

(1877 - 1945)

20th century

1926

1930.65

color woodblock print on paper

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Nandina bush and flycatchers in the snow

Ohara Shôson (Koson)

(1877 - 1945)

20th century

1929

1930.66

color woodblock print on paper

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Wild geese

Ohara Shôson (Koson)

(1877 - 1945)

20th century

1926

1930.67

color woodblock print on paper

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Wisteria and swallows

Ohara Shôson (Koson)

(1877 - 1945)

20th century

1926

1930.68

color woodblock print on paper

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Two Ducks in a Stream

Murase Sôseki

(Kyoto, 1822 - 1877)

19th century

2nd half of 19th century

1930.69

color woodblock print on paper

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Grand Interior View of a Courtesan House in the Yoshiwara District (Yoshiwara o-magaki no zu, one of pentaptych)

Katsushika Hokusai

A large group of young women inside a building surrounded by male servants. The women all wear various styles of kimono, though the predominant colors are red and green. The inside of the building is on the bottom floor with a set of steps leading up to a second floor, not depicted.

1760 - 1849

19th century

circa 1811-1813

1938.1

color woodblock print on paper, ôban tate-e size

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Grand Interior View of a Courtesan House in the Yoshiwara District (Yoshiwara o-magaki no zu, one of pentaptych)

Katsushika Hokusai

A group of 18 women inside a building wearing various kimono with the predominant colors being grey, red, black, and green. Some of the kimono also have orange coloring. The patterns and designs on the kimono vary from images of flowers to geometric designs. A rice paper door is seen in the background leading to a room at a slightly higher level and an image of a phoenix can be partially seen on the wall in the back and to the left. One of the women near the front is tying the string around a package while three other women near her are arranging small footed trays. One of the women in the forefront and to the left appears to be holding a cup or jar.

1760 - 1849

19th century

1811-1813

1938.2

color woodblock print on paper, ôban tate-e size

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Procession of Girls with Fuji Foreheads (Fuji bitai hana no gyôretsu)

Utagawa Toyokuni I

1769 - 1825

19th century

late 18th century - early 19th century

1938.4

color woodblock print on paper, one of series of five

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Procession of Girls with Fuji Foreheads (Fuji bitai hana no gyôretsu)

Utagawa Toyokuni I

1769 - 1825

19th century

late 18th century - early 19th century

1938.5

color woodblock print on paper, one of series of five

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Procession of Girls with Fuji Foreheads (Fuji bitai hana no gyôretsu)

Utagawa Toyokuni I

1769 - 1825

19th century

late 18th century - early 19th century

1938.6

color woodblock print on paper, one of series of five

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Procession of Girls with Fuji Foreheads (Fuji bitai hana no gyôretsu)

Utagawa Toyokuni I

1769 - 1825

19th century

late 18th century - early 19th century

1938.7

color woodblock print on paper, one of series of five

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In Front of the Matsubaya Tea Shop

Kitagawa Utamaro

(Edo, 1754 - 1806, Edo)

19th century

1789-1801

1938.9

color woodblock print on paper

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An Evening in a Hot Spring

Yoshida Hiroshi

This work depicts an evening scene in a hot spring.

1876 - 1950

20th century

circa 1930-1950

1939.3

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeidô Tôkaidô Series: Dusk at Numazu

Andô Hiroshige

Several travellers are walking along the river. There are trees on both sides of the road. A big round moon is above the village houses in the distance. One the other side of the river is a lush forest.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.121

color woodblock print on paper

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The Fifty-three Stations of the Tôkaidô Road (Hôeidô edition): Night Snow at Kambara (Second state)

Andô Hiroshige

In this print, sophisticated use of soft lines, rounded forms, dark sky, and subtle tones convey the utter silence and weariness of the figures as they trudge through the night-time snow near Kambara.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.122

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeido Tôkaidô Series: Night Snow at Kambara (Second state)

Andô Hiroshige

In this print, sophisticated use of soft lines, rounded forms, dark sky, and subtle tones convey the utter silence and weariness of the figures as they trudge through the night-time snow near Kambara.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.123

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeido Tôkaidô Series: Night Snow at Kambara (Second state)

Andô Hiroshige

In this print, sophisticated use of soft lines, rounded forms, dark sky, and subtle tones convey the utter silence and weariness of the figures as they trudge through the night-time snow near Kambara.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.124

color woodblock print on paper

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Night Snow at Kambara, after Andô Hiroshige

Kobayashi Bunshichi

1871-1945

Late 19th-early 20th century

1890-1920

1948/1.125

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeidô Tôkaidô Series: Nissaka, Sayo Mountain Pass

Andô Hiroshige

A mountain path which forms a diagonal of the print. Several travelers are walking along the road with trees on both sides.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.126

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeidô Tôkaidô Series: Kakegawa, Distant View of Mount Akiba

Andô Hiroshige

A bridge forms a diagonal on the print. Three travellers are passing the bridge, while two monks are walking down toward them. Landscape of water and mountains is shown in the background.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.127

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeidô Tôkaidô Series: Mitsuke, Tenryû River

Andô Hiroshige

Two fishemen rest on a boat standed in the shallow water, facing the viewer with their backs. They are looking at another group of fishermen in the distance standing on the lakebank. There are more boats on the lake across the land.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.128

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeidô Tôkaidô Series: Yoshida, Toyokawa Bridge

Andô Hiroshige

Several workers are building a castle by the waterscape. Across the water is a bridge that leads to a village in the distance.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.129

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeidô Tôkaidô Series: Sudden Shower at Shôno

Andô Hiroshige

Here, caught in a sudden downpour, people rush along the steep hillside. Bamboo bends under the force of wind and rain, and the people in the foreground mimic this downward motion in order to shield their eyes from the water streaming upon them in torrents. Masterfully depicted, the viewer can almost feel the bullets of rain, and sense of sympathy for these unfortunate travelers.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.130

color woodblock print on paper

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Hôeidô Tôkaidô Series: Ishibe, Megawa Village

Andô Hiroshige

The snow scene of a village. Several groups of tavellers are walking toward a house located on the side of the road. Two figures carrying heavy stuff are walking away along the path.

1797-1858

19th century

1833-1834

1948/1.131

color woodblock print on paper

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The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido (Kichizo Edition): #39 Okazaki, Yahagi Bridge over the Toyokawa River

Andô Hiroshige

The print depicts an arch bridge over water, with travelers walking across the bridge. Several boats are sailing on the water, while two fishermen are standing on the shallow area by the waterbank.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1850

1948/1.132

color woodblock print on paper

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Fifty-three Famous Views [of the Tôkaidô], 11:Hakone, Crossing the Pass at Night

Andô Hiroshige

Several travelers are walking up along the mountain path. Some carry heavy goods, and some hold touches. There are trees on the edge of the road. A river flows below cut a steep-sided canyon between the two mountains.

1797-1858

19th century

1855

1948/1.133

color woodblock print on paper

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Eight Views of Ômi: Evening Snow on Mount Hira (Hira no bosetu)

Andô Hiroshige

The snowy mass of Mount Hira rises behind a snow-covered village and clumps of bamboo by an inlet of Lake Biwa. The attendant poem:

He who would see the beauty of the evening on the peaks of

Hira must behold it after the snows have fallen and before the

flowers are fully blown.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1834

1948/1.134

color woodblock print on paper

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Eight Views of Ômi: Night Rain at Karasaki (Karasaki no Ya-u) Number 2 of the "Omi Hakkei No Uchi" series (Eight Views of Lake Biwa)

Andô Hiroshige

Vertical lines stream downward across the print indicate torrents of rain. The dark color pallette and black strip across the top indicate that the image is set at night. A giant pine looms over the image.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1834

1948/1.135

color woodblock print on paper

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Comparisons between Mountains and Seas: Mt. Rokuso in Kazusa Province, Kazusa Kanozan

Andô Hiroshige

The dark color pallette and black strip across the top indicate that the image is set at night. A mountain with pine trees and steps leading to the top loom over the image. The sea appears behind the mountain in the distance.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1858

1948/1.136

color woodblock print on paper

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Famous Views of Snow, Moon and Flowers: Trout Fishing by Moonlight on the Tamagawa River

Andô Hiroshige

The dark color pallette and the moon indicate that the image is set at night. There are people standing in the water, bending over in search of fish. Others stand on the bank, helping with the fishing process. Also shown are the silhouettes of a bridge over the water and the mountains in the distance.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1846

1948/1.137

color woodblock print on paper

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Eight Views of Edo Suburbs: Fishing Boats Returning to Gyôtoku

Andô Hiroshige

The pyramid shaped hills in the background of this print are those of the boiling houses and salt piles of Gyôtoku’s salt industry. A ferry boat, or watashi-bune, carries passengers in the foreground of this picture. In this print a shipman steers using the large rudder located in the back of the boat.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1835-1842

1948/1.138

color woodblock print on paper

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Tôto Meisho Series: White Rain on Nihon Bridge (Nihonbashi no shirazame)

Andô Hiroshige

Rainy scene in a village. There is a bridge in the foreground, with several figures walking across with umbrellas. Houses and mountains appear in the distance.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1840-1841

1948/1.139

color woodblock print on paper

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FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: Tôto Meisho Series: White Rain on Nihon Bridge (Nihonbashi no shirazame)

Andô Hiroshige

Vertical lines stream downward across the print indicate torrents of rain. Several travelers with umbrallas and straw hats are walking across the bridge over the river. A village alongside the river and mountains are shown in the background.

1797-1858

20th century?

circa 1920 - circa 1940

1948/1.140

color woodblock print on paper

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Tôto Meisho Series: Flower-viewing at Asukayama

Andô Hiroshige

Landscape with water and mount Fuji in the background. People are wandering on the green grassland, having picnics, and enjoying the pleasant weather and the beauty of cherry blossoms.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1833-1843

1948/1.141

color woodblock print on paper

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Edo Meisho: Ochanomizu

Andô Hiroshige

A snow scene of the canal. Snow covers the house roofs, the boat shelters, and the trees. Three travelers in blue robes are walking in the snow, two of them are carrying umbrellas.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1853

1948/1.142

color woodblock print on paper

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_sen Edo Meisho: Ryogoku Bridge, Evening Fireworks

Andô Hiroshige III

People are standing on the huge arch bridge over water, viewing the boats with red lanterns sailing on the water.

(1843 - 1894)

19th century

circa 1865-1875

1948/1.143

color woodblock print on paper, ôban yoko-e size

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Edo Meisho: Yushima Shrine in the Snow (Yushima tenmangu, Yukihare no zu)

Andô Hiroshige

A snow scene of people walking up the stairs leading to the snow-covered shrine and temple complex.

1797-1858

19th century

circa 1853

1948/1.144

color woodblock print on paper

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Gazing at Snow on Matsuchi Hill (center sheet from triptych, Fûryû Genji Awase)

Andô Hiroshige

The snow scene of a village under the mountain. The house roofs, the bridge over the river, the mountain and trees are all covered by the snow. Three birds fly above the riverbank, lingering around the snow-covered pine branches.

1797-1858

19th century

1853

1948/1.145

color woodblock print on paper

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Sailboats Returning to Amanohashidate (Amanohashi kihan)

Utagawa Fusatane

act. 1849-1870

19th century

published 1854

1948/1.146

color woodblock print on paper

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Edo Meisho: Gotenyama, Cherry-blossom Viewing

Andô Hiroshige II

People are appreciating the beauty of the cherry blossoms and some are having picnics under the trees. Below the highland where the cherry trees and the people are, the land leads to the fields and hills in the distance. The sky appears to be red along the edge of the hill, suggesting the time as early evening.

1829-1869

19th century

mid 19th century

1948/1.147

color woodblock print on paper

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Lake Suwa, Province of Shinano

Katsushika Hokusai

Two trees growing in different directions form the shape of a fork on an small island in the foreground. There is a tiny house and some plants behind the trees, a small boat on the lake, and mountains along the bank of the lake. The title of the work is inscribed on the upper left-hand corner, along with the artist's signature.

1760 - 1849

19th century

1823-1829

1948/1.148

color woodblock print on paper

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36 Views of Mt. Fuji: The Great Wave off Kanagawa (Kanagawa oki nami ura)

Katsushika Hokusai

A great, claw-shaped wave which almost swampes the boats dominates the scene, . The Mount Fuji appears in the distance and seems much smaller compared to the waves. In the upper left-hand corner, the artist inscribed the title of the work along with his signature.

1760-1849

19th century

circa 1829-1833

1948/1.149

color woodblock print on paper

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Kintai Bridge, Province of Suô (Suô no kuni, Kintaibashi)

Katsushika Hokusai

The prints features an arch bridge that crosses over the water, with four figures walking over. In the foreground there are trees by several little houses. There is a mountain in the background, with cloud surrounding. The artist inscribed the title of the work along with his signature on the upper right-hand corner of the print.

1760 - 1849

19th century

circa 1831-1832

1948/1.151

color woodblock print on paper

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Surimono: The Lover in the Snow

Katsushika Hokusai

The print depicts a figure in black walking in the snow with an umbrella. The snow covers the road, the well and the trees. Inscriptions of two poems appear on the upper right-hand corner, and the artist's signature can be found on the bottom edge of the print.

1760-1849

19th century

circa 1817-1849

1948/1.152

color woodblock print on paper

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Boats in a Tempest in the Trough of the Waves off the Coast of Choshi

Katsushika Hokusai

The print depicts two boats that are caught in storms, one in the foreground and one in the background. The parallel waves form a strong diagonal in the image and the boats could hardly stay upright.

1760 - 1849

19th century

circa 1817-1859

1948/1.153

color woodblock print on paper

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[Reproduction] A Woman and a Child

Suzuki Harunobu

1725-1770

20th century

circa 1940

1948/1.154

color woodblock print on paper

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Young Girl Crossing a Bridge on a Windy Day; Calendar Print: Parody of "Crossing at the Sano Ford" (Hashi wo wataru musume: Egoyomi, Mitate Sano no watari)

Suzuki Harunobu

1725-1770

18th century

1765

1948/1.155

color woodblock print (nishiki e) on paper, medium-size (chûban)

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Autumn Wind, from the Furyu rokkasen (The Six Elegant Poets) series

Suzuki Harunobu

A young woman hurries across a bridge, using one of her sleeves to shield her head from the strong wind. Plants around her bend in the force of the wind, and tree branches lose their leaves. An Uta poem by Bunya-no-Yasuhide graces the top register.

1725-1770

18th century

circa 1768

1948/1.156

chûban (medium size) nishiki-e (full-color woodblock print) on paper