Artist: Ando HiroshigeTitle: Act XI JuichidanmeSize: 13 x 8.25 inchesDate: 1855Medium: Japanese woodblock print
Utagawa Hiroshige or Ando Hiroshige, was a Japanese artist during the 19th century and is considered the last great master of the ukiyo-e movement. His approach was more poetic and ambient than the typical ukiyo-e style, and his innovative compositions were a great influence to Western painters, such as Vincent van Gogh.
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