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[Hiroshige shinie] [picture]
[広重死絵] [picture]
Bib ID 5739173
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Utagawa, Toyokuni, 1786-1865, artist
歌川豊国, 1786-1865 artist
 
Online Versions
Description Edo : Uoya Eikichi ; Ansei 5 [1858] 
江戸 : 魚屋栄吉 ; 安政 5 [1858] 
1 print on hōsho paper : woodblock, col. 37 x 25 cm. 
Summary

This Japanese woodblock print shows a man in kimono sitting, holding rosary. It was published just after the famous print maker, Hiroshige died; some text are also printed including his death poem.

Notes

The poem is read 'Azumaji e fude o nokoshite tabi no sora, nishi no mi kuni no natokoro o min '.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-151500727

The poem is read '東路へ筆をのこして旅のそら 西のみ国の名ところを見ん '.

Subjects Andō, Hiroshige, 1797-1858, -- Portraits.  |  Printmakers -- Japan -- Pictorial works.
安籐, 広重, 1797-1858, -- Portraits.
Form/genre Woodblock prints.

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