Cherry Blossom Viewing at Toeizan Temple, Ueno, 1862

by Hiroshige II (1826 - 1869)

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Cherry Blossom Viewing at Toeizan Temple, Ueno, 1862 by Hiroshige II (1826 - 1869)

Original Hiroshige II (1826 - 1869) Japanese Woodblock Print
Cherry Blossom Viewing at Toeizan Temple, Ueno, 1862

Series; Famous Places in the Eastern Capital
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Cherry Blossom Viewing at Toeizan Temple, Ueno, 1862 - Lovely triptych of people viewing the blossoming cherry trees at Ueno in Edo. In the center, three women play a hand game called ken, with a group of beauties carrying umbrellas at left pausing to look back and watch. At right, a woman in a checked coat carries a cup of sake and a gourd container, and a young child shows her mother a toy eye mask. At right, two boys chase each other up the stone steps leading up the hillside to the Toeizan Temple. A handsome design and a wonderful depiction of this classic spring activity in Japan.

Artist - Hiroshige II (1826 - 1869)

Image Size - 14" x 29" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Three separate panels. Backed with thin paper. Slight toning. Please see photos for details. Good overall.

Cherry Blossom Viewing at Toeizan Temple, Ueno, 1862 by Hiroshige II (1826 - 1869)
Cherry Blossom Viewing at Toeizan Temple, Ueno, 1862 by Hiroshige II (1826 - 1869)

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