Hiroshige Ukiyoe
Utagawa Hiroshige
Aesthetic coloring that influenced impressionists.
Utagawa Hiroshige was an ukiyoe artist active during the beginning of the 1800s.
His works depicting famous places and scenery are well known throughout the world.
Hiroshige showed a preference for the use of vantage points, seasonal allusions and striking colors,
which influenced impressionists such as Van Gogh, Monet and other art nouveau practitioners,
and helped to promote Japanism in his time.
"KYOTO-MEISHO-NO-UCHI GIONSHA SECCHU"
Gionsha (The Yasaka Shrine) in the Snow / Around 1833~35
"TSUKI-NI-KARI"
The Moon and Geese / Around 1832~35
"TSUKI-NI-SHOUJYOU-NO-MIMIZUKU"
The Moon and a Horned Owl on a Pine Tree / Around 1832~35
"MIZUAOI-NI-OSHIDORI"
Mallows and Mandarin Ducks / Around 1832~35
“SAKURA-NI-TSUNAGIZARU"
Cherry Flowers and a Monkey / Around 1832-35

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