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The Great Port of London, Hiroshige II

The Great Port of London, Hiroshige II

Andō Hiroshige, View of Mogami River and Gassan mountain, Dewa, 1853, Woodcut, 35.6 x 24.5 cm, Library of Congress

View Whistler’s etching, Upright Venice and compare and contrast to a print by Japanese artist Hiroshige to discover the Japanese influence on Whistler's art.

Utagawa Hiroshige  Japanese, 1797-1858, Scene from Act III of The Revenge of the Loyal Retainers

Utagawa Hiroshige Japanese, Scene from Act III of The Revenge of the Loyal Retainers

Utagawa Hiroshige Title:Act XI, Part 1: The Night Attack Advances (Jûichidanme ichi, youchi oshiyose), from the series The Storehouse of Loyal Retainers (Chûshingura)   Date:1835-39

Utagawa Hiroshige Title:Act XI, Part The Night Attack Advances (Jûichidanme ichi, youchi oshiyose), from the series The Storehouse of Loyal Retainers (Chûshingura)

View of Seba

32 from a facsimile edition of Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Highway (Kisokaido rokujukyu tsui)

Утагава Хиросигэ (1797-1858), японский художник-график, представитель направления укиё-э, мастер цветной ксилографии. Автор не менее чем 5400 гравюр.

Atagoshita and Yabukoji Lane (愛宕下薮小路), Ukiyo-e woodblock print.

Part I. "The Forty-seven Ronin," from "The Treasury of Loyal Retainers" - Chushingura - On the night of the fourteenth of the twelfth month, before daybreak on the fifteenth year of Genroku, 1702, the band of 47 ronin broke into the Edo mansion of Kira Kozukenosuke Yoshinaka, a greedy and corrupt Bakufu official. They killed him to avenge their lord and master, and to right a wrong.

Part I. "The Forty-seven Ronin," from "The Treasury of Loyal Retainers" - Chushingura - On the night of the fourteenth of the twelfth month, before daybreak on the fifteenth year of Genroku, 1702, the band of 47 ronin broke into the Edo mansion of Kira Kozukenosuke Yoshinaka, a greedy and corrupt Bakufu official. They killed him to avenge their lord and master, and to right a wrong.

Asakura in the snow by Hiroshige

Asakura in the snow by Hiroshige

Utagawa Hiroshige  Japanese, 1797-1858, Badger, from the series "Mirror of Stone Rubbings of Views of the Provinces (Kohon meihitsu ishizuri kagami)"

Utagawa Hiroshige Japanese, Badger, from the series "Mirror of Stone Rubbings of Views of the Provinces (Kohon meihitsu ishizuri kagami)" --- to me it looks like a badger doing some kind of dance & a musical instrument (violin?

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