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Choose from 241 pictures in our Ando Hiroshige collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


JAPAN: WESTERN SHIP, c1855. A ship flying American colors in a Japanese harbor Featured Ando Hiroshige Print

JAPAN: WESTERN SHIP, c1855. A ship flying American colors in a Japanese harbor

JAPAN: WESTERN SHIP, c1855.
A ship flying American colors in a Japanese harbor. From a Sugoroku game sheet. Woodcut by Hiroshige Utagawa, c1855

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JAPAN: TOKAIDO ROAD, c1870. Telegraph wires are strung on living trees in this Featured Ando Hiroshige Print

JAPAN: TOKAIDO ROAD, c1870. Telegraph wires are strung on living trees in this

JAPAN: TOKAIDO ROAD, c1870.
Telegraph wires are strung on living trees in this view of the Tokaido Road between Tokyo and Kyoto. Woodblock print, c1871, by Ando Hiroshige

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Mandarin Ducks and Flowering Plants, early or mid-1830s. Creator: Ando Hiroshige (Japanese Featured Ando Hiroshige Print

Mandarin Ducks and Flowering Plants, early or mid-1830s. Creator: Ando Hiroshige (Japanese

Mandarin Ducks and Flowering Plants, early or mid-1830s. In Asian painting, ducks are usually shown in pairs because a male and female mate for life. They symbolize fidelity and tranquility. The presence of another duck is suggested here by the gesture of the bird's head. Notice the variety of brushstrokes and ink tones used to depict the duck's plumage. The bird and flower genre is a popular theme in the paintings and prints of the Kelvin Smith Collection. Kachoga, or bird and flower pictures, became popular among collectors in Japan during the 19th century, due in large part to Hiroshige. Although better known for his landscape prints, Hiroshige made several exceptional prints of birds, plants, and animals that reveal his keen observation of nature

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