London, South Kensington
22 November 2001
Hiroshige, oban tate-e
a print from the series 'One Hundred Famous Views of Edo' entitled 'Miyato River by the Great Bank of Asakusa River', (margins trimmed, backed, light foxing); another from the same series entitled 'Robe-hanging pine, Senzoku Pond'; a later edition print depicting three bijin on a riverbank in the moonlight, signed Hiroshige; a painting in sumi, gofun and colour with a group of figures at a tea house, signed and sealed; Koson, o-tanzaku, a print of a crow on a snow-covered branch; a further colour print depicting a study of Morning Glory -- 14¼in. x 9½in. (36cms x 24cms); a pair of albums inscribed and illustrated in sumi on paper with scenes of warriors in battles, gentlemen and ladies; and a pair of smaller albums in sumi and part colour with scenes of actors.
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