Mid 20th C Hiroshige II Mounted Fan Print


An Mid 20th century Rare & beautiful Woodblock Fan Print by Hiroshige II.  Bold raspberry red fan with Silver Mica highlights in background.  Mounted to Museum Conservation Standard.

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Mid 20th C Hiroshige II Mounted Fan Print

Mid 20th C Hiroshige II Mounted Fan Print.  A rare and beautiful early to mid 20th Century kacho-e Woodblock Fan Print by Hiroshige II.  The Artisan Seal as well as the Signature are present on the print and margins.

This is a re-carved edition of a charming uchiwa-e print by Utagawa Hiroshige II.  It shows, in very unique composition and colors, a small bird among roses on a bold raspberry red ground. The tender colors of the bird and the blossoms – rose, pale yellow and green, contrast with the bright and main color of the fan. The print’s background is in silver mica.

Artist: Hiroshige II (1829-1869), who was called Shigenobu in his early days, was a disciple and also the adopted son of the great ukiyo-e master Hiroshige I.

The print ships already Mounted to Museum Conservation Standard and ready for framing.

Shipping is via Australia Post and is approximately 8 business days to most international locations.

Mounted Dimensions Width 20.5 inches (52 cm)       Height 16.5 inches (41.5 cm)
Print Dimensions        Width 16 inches     (40.64cm)  Height 10.5 inches (26.67cm)

Publisher: Oedo Mokuhansha (Tokyo)


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