- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Maisaka, setchu/... - Lot 321 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés

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- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Maisaka, setchu/... - Lot 321 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés
- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Maisaka, setchu/ Maisaka under the snow The steep cliffs fall precipitously into the sea. Two boats can be seen skirting the cliffs. In the foreground, two islets. Harimaze cut-out from the series Gojusan tsugi harimaze Harimaze of the fifty-three stations, plate 9. 30th station of the Tokaido. Format: 33.8 x 6.7 cm Trace of oxidation. Framed under glass. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Fan convolvulus decorate a fan. Above are plectrums for playing the koto. Harimaze cut-out from the Tokaido gojusan tsugi zue series, The Fifty-Three Tokaido Stations, Plate 7, Shimada Station. Signed Hiroshige ga. Hiroshige red seal. Format: 17.7 x 15.6 cm Framed under glass. Vertical fold on the right. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Two travelers, one holding a ladder n a Kyoto street, a group of people are strolling along. In the foreground, a man is carrying a ladder on his head, while another is holding a large straw broom. Harimaze cut-out from the Tokaido harimaze zue series, Tokaido Harimaze, plate 12, Kyoto station. Date: circa 1848-1849. Signed Hiroshige ga. Marusei publisher. Size: 21.6 x 12.9 cm Fairly good condition. Stains. Traces of mica towards the bottom. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Mitsuke, ôko Ikedano shuku. Yuya gozen enshi Mitsuke The subtitle reads: A graceful portrait of the Lady Yuya of yesteryear in the village of Ikedano in Mitsuke. SealKyûseki (remains). Yuya, the daughter of a millionaire, will be loved by one of the court nobles. Here, she's wearing a costume for dancing. Harimaze cut from a series of 12 plates entitled Tokaidô harimaze zue Harimaze du Tokaido. This is plate no. 7, 29th relay. Date: 1848. Publisher: Ibasen. Format: 21.7 x 10.3 cm Traces of mica. Framed under glass. Bibliography: Tamba, The art of Hiroshige, 1965, Tokyo, p.50, no. 104, rep.in color - T.N.M. vol. 3, no. 3306, sheet repr. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Izu, Angenji Akazawayama kakuriki Izu The subtitle reads "sumo wrestlers have a match in Izu province". Top left shows part of the curtain decorating the roof of the sumo arena. Harimaze cut from a series entitled Kunizukushi Harimaze zue, Harimaze of all provinces. Series of 68 images on 18 plates. Here, pl. 5, the province of Izu. Date: 1852. Censor seal Murata Kinugasa. Publisher Fujikei. Format: 19 x 13.2 cm Beautiful print with fresh colors. Framed under glass. Bibliography: Suzuki, p.169, series described - Strange, p.187, series described. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Kuwana n a seal, it is inscribed: Tomita Meisan (Tomita Speciality). Four large clams, several apples and pine needles are represented on this print. Gray background. Cut-out harimaze from the series Gojusan tsugi harimaze, Harimaze of the fifty-three stations. Date: 1852, year of the rat. Censor seal Kinugasa, Murata. Publisher Senichi. Format: 20.7 x 9 cm Bibliography: Strange, p.187 (series described) - Suzuki, p.162 (series described). The whole set.
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