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In the early 1830s, perhaps in order to help promote Hiroshige's first 53 Stations on the Tokaido series which was being issued at the time, Kunisada appropriated the Hiroshige designs, added a beauty in the foreground, and issued his own chuban series published by Sanoki.. As the Hiroshige set had not fully been issued, Kunisada created completely new compositions for the latter stations and added a second print for Kyoto (so the pages would be divisable by two).

The original prints offered by the Stuart Jackson Gallery shown below have good to very good impressions, with consistantly excellent colors and condition unless otherwise noted

 

NOTICE:

All prints from the 53 Stations of the Tokaido by Kunisada ahave been sold.

1
Nihonbashi


sold

2
Shinagawa


sold

3
Kawasaki
Note: Small hole
sold

4
Kanagawa


sold

5
Hodogaya


sold

6
Totsuka


sold


7.
Fujisawa

sold

 

8
Hiratsuka

sold

9
Oiso

sold

10
Odawara
Note: Printing flaws
$
sold

11
Hakone

$
sold

12
Mishima

$
sold

13
Numazu

$sold

14
Hara


$sold

15
Yoshiwara

sold

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