Visions of Japan

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Visions of Japan

  1. 1. Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858) is one of the most famous Ukiyo-E artists. He specialized in landscapes, and in particular his sets of related scenes, such as the "Hundred Famous Places of Edo" and "Famous Views of the Eastern City". Best known is his "Fifty-Three Stages of the Tokaido", which depict scenes along the old imperial highway from Edo (Tokyo) to Kyoto. Here are some of his works together with other Ukiyo-E artists. (Images from the Internet)
  2. 2. Nihonbashi , Edo by Hiroshige
  3. 3. Mount Fuji seen across a plain by Hiroshige
  4. 4. Ishibe Station by Hiroshige
  5. 5. Kawasaki Station by Hiroshige
  6. 6. Sanjo, Kyoto by Hiroshige
  7. 7. Totsuka Station by Hiroshige
  8. 8. Kanagawa Coast by Katushika Hukasai
  9. 9. Snowy Island by Hiroshige
  10. 10. Artist: Takamizama
  11. 11. Asukusa temple by Hiroshige
  12. 12. Odawara Station by Hiroshige
  13. 13. Artist: Kawase Hasui
  14. 14. Temma Bridge in Settso by Hokusai
  15. 15. Shinagawa Station by Hiroshige
  16. 16. Artist: Hasiba No Watashi
  17. 17. Artist: Hiroshige
  18. 18. Otsu Station by Hiroshige
  19. 19. Fukuroi Station by Hiroshige
  20. 20. Mie River near Yokkaichi By Hiroshige
  21. 21. Shimada Station by Hiroshige
  22. 24. Mariko Station by Hiroshige
  23. 25. Yoshiwara Station by Hiroshige
  24. 26. Hodogaya Station by Hiroshige
  25. 27. Yodo River by Hiroshige
  26. 29. Kanagawa Coast by Hiroshige
  27. 30. The Great Wave of Kanagawa by Katsushika Hukasai

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