Artist: Hiroshige AndoTitle: Sudden Rain Over Nihon BridgeSeries: Famous Views of the Eastern CapitalPublisher: WatanabeDate: originally published 1832 by the publisher Sanoya Kihei, this is a Showa era edition published by Watanabe from recarved wood blocksMedium: Japanese woodblock printSize: oban, approx.10.5" x 15.5"
PEOPLE, SOME WITH UMBRELLAS, are crossing Nihon Bridge as a gentle rain falls. The next bridge, Ichikoku, can be seen to the right, and the castle of the shogun behind it and Mount Fuji on the horizon. It is a summer shower. The sky is yellowish and the black band along the upper edge of the print indicates the approach of evening. The setting sun has already colored the horizon red.
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