Famous Places in Tokyo: Asakusa Kinryuzan, 1879

by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

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Famous Places in Tokyo: Asakusa Kinryuzan, 1879 by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

Original Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894) Japanese Woodblock Print
Famous Places in Tokyo: Asakusa Kinryuzan, 1879

Comments - Attractive image of the Meiji Empress and her ladies-in-waiting arriving at Asakusa Kinryuzan Temple to view the blossoming cherry trees. The elegantly dressed women stroll along a stone path towards a temple building, an attendant sheltering the empress with an umbrella. Soldiers and dignitaries dressed in top hats and tailcoats line the walkway to greet her, along with members of the public. A flock of birds flutters overhead and a pagoda spire rises above the treetops at right. A handsome design with vibrant color and wonderful detail.

Artist - Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

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

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Three separate panels. A few small holes, repaired. Slight soiling, a few creases and small stains. Please see photos for details.

Famous Places in Tokyo: Asakusa Kinryuzan, 1879 by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)
Famous Places in Tokyo: Asakusa Kinryuzan, 1879 by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

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