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New Fuji, Meguro (Meguro Shin-Fuji), 1857

By Ando Hiroshige

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11" x 14" [8" x 12" without border]
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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

11" x 14" Art Print
8" x 12" without border
$21.99
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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

About the Art

Ando Hiroshige (1797 – 1858), one of the most famous Japanese Ukiyo-e artists, translated ordinary landscapes into graceful, poetic forms. Orphaned at age 12, Hiroshige took over his father’s firefighting job and was soon inspired to become an artist like his role model, the esteemed Hokusai. He originally depicted traditional subjects such as young women and actors, and later won fame as a landscape artist. Hiroshige’s masterpiece, “Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido,” and other landscapes, utilized unusual vantage points, striking colors and realistic depth. Tourism was becoming popular, and Hiroshige drew upon his own travels to create an astounding 5,400 prints.

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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

About the Art

Ando Hiroshige (1797 – 1858), one of the most famous Japanese Ukiyo-e artists, translated ordinary landscapes into graceful, poetic forms. Orphaned at age 12, Hiroshige took over his father’s firefighting job and was soon inspired to become an artist like his role model, the esteemed Hokusai. He originally depicted traditional subjects such as young women and actors, and later won fame as a landscape artist. Hiroshige’s masterpiece, “Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido,” and other landscapes, utilized unusual vantage points, striking colors and realistic depth. Tourism was becoming popular, and Hiroshige drew upon his own travels to create an astounding 5,400 prints.

Item# 22551406312A
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ando-hiroshige-new-fuji-meguro-meguro-shin-fuji-1857

New Fuji, Meguro (Meguro Shin-Fuji), 1857

By Ando Hiroshige

11" x 14" Art Print
8" x 12" without border
$21.99
Ships in 3-5 Days
ADD TO CART