Hiroshige Halibut And Rock Fish Woodblock Print
A beautifully rendered vintage mid 20th century, genuine woodblock print as was signed by Ando Hiroshige on traditional hand made washi paper. The print is from the Grand Series of Fishes – Uwo-zukushi or every variety of fish. An Olive Halibut also known as Hirame swims alongside a Black Rock Fish known as Mebaru. Wild cherry blossoms and a poem by Osaki Koharu surround the fishes.
The Dimensions are 37.5 cm wide and 27 cm high.
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Utagawa Hiroshige also Andō Hiroshige (1797 to 1858). Hiroshige was one of the great masters of the ukiyo-e tradition.
Hiroshige is famous for his landscapes. His works also encompass series such as “One Hundred Views of Edo” as well as “Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido”. In addition Hiroshige also created the series “Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Kaido”. He is also famous for his nature prints featuring birds, fish and flowers.