The scale and monumentality of the sweeping compositions in this work, places it closer to painting than to the popular ukiyo-e print.
Mountains and Rivers of Kiso (Snow) by Ando Hiroshige, 1857
© Fitzwilliam Museum
- Coloured woodblock
- Each: 36.6 x 24 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £6,146 ( Total: £24,585)
- Acquired in:
Many experts believe that these triptychs surpass Hokusai's earliest landscapes and hail them as the most important Japanese landscape prints.
Hans Popper Collection
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