London, South Kensington
13 June 2002
Hiroshige, oban tate-e
a print from the series 'One Hundred Famous Views in Edo' (Meisho Edo hyakkei) depicting 'Kinryuzan Temple At Asakusa', published by Uoya Eikichi, 1856-8, (light soiling and margins slightly trimmed); and a print from the series 'Famous Views in the Sixty-odd Provinces' (Rokujuyoshu Meisho Zue), depicting figure on board a large boat amongst foaming waves, before a shore.
See Illustration for One. (2)
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