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Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858) was the most popular landscape artist of Tokugawa Japan. He is one of the most important Japanese artists ever; his work influenced not only future generations of Japanese artists, but also many great Western artists, including Van Gogh, Monet, Gauguin, Degas and Whistler.

Hiroshige produced, or contributed to many print series. The most popular subject was the Tokaido Road. The series following, made in 1855 and nicknamed the Upright Tokaido, is considered to be his finest series in a vertical format.

These original antique Japanese woodblock prints, offered below by the Stuart Jackson Gallery, have excellent impressions, with consistently excellent colors and condition (excepting some have occassional excellently repaired wormholes in margins) unless otherwise noted

1
Nihonbashi


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2
Shinagawa


$sold

3
Kawasaki
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4
Kanagawa


sold

5
Hodogaya


$sold

6
Totsuka


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7.
Fujisawa

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8
Hiratsuka

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9
Oiso

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10
Odawara

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11
Hakone

$sold

12
Mishima

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13
Numazu

sold

14
Hara


$sold

15
Yoshiwara

sold

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