Edo Uchiwa Ukiyo-e Hiroshige Tone river

This Ukiyo-e Uchiwa was created by a master, Hiroshige, who had been working through the Utagawa school, and the publisher Ibasen created the Ukiyo-e print as a fan called Uchiwa. This is the only existing Ukiyo-e woodblock and Ibasen print the Ukiyo-e from it.

This is a scene of the quiet waters of the Tone River on a moonlit night with flocks of geese flying. The quiet scene of the Tone River, without flowers or autumn leaves, gives a sense of "wabi-sabi".

Length 37 cm Width 29.5cm
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