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Utagawa Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

A series of ukiyo-e prints begun and largely completed by the Japanese artist Hiroshige (1797–1858). The prints were first published in serialized form in 1856–59, with Hiroshige II completing the series after Hiroshige's death. It was tremendously popular and much reprinted.
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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 15 Suwa Bluff in Nippori (日暮里諏訪の台 Nippori Suwanodai?) Suwa Myōjin Shrine grounds, Mount Tsukuba — 1856 / 5 Nishinippori, Arakawa

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 12 Ueno Yamashita (上野山した?) Iseya restaurant, temples Published in the month after Hiroshige's death; composition probably based on his sketches but probably completed by Hiroshige II 1858 / 10 Ueno, Taitō

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 20 The Kawaguchi Ferry and Zenkōji temple (川口のわたし善光寺 Kawaguchi no watashi Zenkōji?) Arakawa River, Zenkō-ji temple A year after Hiroshige designed the print, the Buddha in the Amida Hall at the top was due to be exhibited publicly for the first time in 13 years; in a pun Hiroshige covered the hall of this "secret Buddha" with the title cartouche 1857 / 2 Kita / Kawaguchi, Saitama

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 13 Shitaya Hirokōji (下谷広小路?) Hirokōji ("Broadway"), premises of textile retailer Matsuzakaya Published in the same month in which the depicted Matsuzakaya store re-opened after the 1855 earthquake 1856 / 9 Ueno, Taitō

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 19 Dam on the Otonashi River at Ōji, known as "The Great Waterfall" (王子音無川堰棣 世俗大瀧ト唱 Ōji Otonashigawa entei, sezoku Ōtaki to tonau?) Otonashi River, Amida Hall of Kinrin-ji temple, Takata-chō Likely created to mark Tokugawa Iesada's visit to Kinrin-ji (Ōji Shrine) and Takata on the 21st day of the first month (also see no. 115, 116) 1857 / 2 Ōji, Kita

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Summer 68 Open Garden at the Hachiman Shrine in Fukagawa (深川八まん山ひらき Fukagawa Hachiman yamahiraki?) Garden at Hachiman Shrine Print shows both azaleas and cherry trees in blossom which is unnatural for Edo; hill in the back is one of many miniature Mount Fuji that were scattered all over Edo 1857 / 8 Tomioka, Kōtō

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 7 Shops with Cotton Goods in Ōdenma-chō (大てんま町木綿店 Ōtenma-chō momendana?) Street scene with geishas, cotton shops in Ōdenma-chō — 1858 / 4 Nihonbashiōdenma-chō, Chūō

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Summer 70 The mouth of the Nakagawa River (中川口 Nakagawaguchi?) Onagigawa Canal, Nakagawa River, Shinkawa Canal Nakagawa River is the broad waterway in the middle running left-right[nb 4] 1857 / 2

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 5 Ekōin Temple in Ryōgoku and Moto-Yanagi Bridge (両ごく回向院元柳橋 Ryōgoku Ekōin Moto-Yanagibashi?) Drum tower of Ekō-in, Honjo neighbourhood, Sumida River, residence of Matsudaira feudal lor of Tanba, Mount Fuji Drum tower was associated with sumo tournaments held at Ekō-in; for marketing purposes the print appeared two months after a popular major exhibition of temple treasures at Ekō-in 1857 / i5 Ryōgoku, Sumida

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Hiroshige - One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Spring 17 View to the North from Asukayama (飛鳥山北の眺望 Asukayama kita no chōbō?) Asukayama Park, Mount Tsukuba Possibly inspired by Tokugawa Iesada's visit to the park two months prior to publication 1856 / 5 Asukayama Park, Kita

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