Important and beautiful suite of ten color prints representing stations of Mount Tokaido.
In frames under glass in blackened wood in imitation of bamboo.
After Andô HIROSHIBE (1797 - 1858).
One of the most famous Japanese artists of the 19th century.
He was at the same time, Designer, engraver and painter. He draws both landscapes and urban atmospheres, mixing the different aspects of daily life; he made himself famous for his wood engravings of Mont Fugi, and will be illustrated throughout his life through more than 5,400 prints!
These, recognizable by the dominant tones of green and blue, will influence Degas later.
The series exhibited here includes 53 different paintings of Mount Tokaido. These prints are in perfect condition and make, by themselves, a complete and refined decor, even intimate ...
Dimensions: 9,5 x 14 cm