- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Ryôgoku bashi... - Lot 42 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés

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- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Ryôgoku bashi... - Lot 42 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés
- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Ryôgoku bashi chôbô, ryôriya Ryôgoku bridge seen from a restaurant Three maids relax on the balcony of a restaurant. Through the wide-open window, we can see the Ryôgoku Bridge overhanging the Sumida River, crossed by a crowd of people. On the horizon, Mount Fuji. Oban yoko-e from a series entitled Edo Meisho, Famous Views of Edo. Date: year of the horse, 3 (1858). Signed Hiroshige ga. Publisher Yamadaya. Format: 25.1 x 37.1 cm Late proof. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Kameido tenjin Fuji Wisteria at Kameido Shrine Visitors arrive at the shrine via the humpback bridge over the pond. At the pond's edge, under wisteria trellises, some rest in contemplation or sample some delicacy: to the left, on the rectangular lantern is inscribed O yasumi dokoro, place where one rests; in the foreground, on two stone lanterns is inscribed Kyôbashi Sennyo ko, Kyôbashi's "Sennyo ko" rice powder. Kameido, in Edo's western district, is a popular spot for locals who appreciate this charming spot. Oban yoko-e from a series Edo Meisho, Famous Views of Edo. Date: 1840 -1842. Signed Hiroshige ga. Publisher Senichi. Format: 25.1 x 37.5 cm Bibliography: Tamba, p.108 pl. no. 247. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Ueno Shinobazu no ike Benten no yashiro Shinobazu pond and Benten temple in Ueno wo women and a little girl stroll under the cherry blossom trees by the pond. Wearing umbrellas, they use one of them to carry their picnic. A young boy of the warrior class passes them on the right. On the left, a woman, her feet in the water, harvests lotus rhizomes. In the background, on the islet Naka no shima, we see the Benten temple surrounded by small restaurants. Oban yoko-e from a series entitled Edo Meisho, Famous Views of Edo. Date: Year of the Ox, 8 (1853). Signed Hiroshige ga. Publisher Yamadaya. Seals of censors Kinugasa and Murata. Format: 25.3 x 37.2 cm Late proof, wormholes. Bibliography: Suzuki, series described pp.138-139. The whole set.
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