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UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797–1858), EVENING COOL IN RYOGOKU (RYÔGOKU YU-ZUZUMI) AND MOON AT NIGHT (TSUKI NO YU-SUZUMI) | EDO PERIOD, 19TH CENTURY

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UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797–1858), EVENING COOL IN RYOGOKU (RYÔGOKU YU-ZUZUMI) AND MOON AT NIGHT (TSUKI NO YU-SUZUMI) | EDO PERIOD, 19TH CENTURY

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797–1858), EVENING COOL IN RYOGOKU (RYÔGOKU YU-ZUZUMI) AND MOON AT NIGHT (TSUKI NO YU-SUZUMI) | EDO PERIOD, 19TH CENTURY

THE PROPERTY OF A EUROPEAN COLLECTOR

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797–1858)

EDO PERIOD, 19TH CENTURY

EVENING COOL IN RYOGOKU (RYÔGOKU YU-ZUZUMI) AND MOON AT NIGHT (TSUKI NO YU-SUZUMI)


two woodblock triptychs, the first, from the series Famous Places in the Eastern Capital (Tôto meisho), signed Hiroshige ga (on each sheet), circa 1744-1848; the second, from the series Snow, Moon, and Flowers (Setsugekka no uchi), signed Hiroshige ga (on each sheet)

Each vertical ôban triptych:

The First: each sheet approx. 35 x 24.5 cm., 14 x 9 3⁄4 in.

The Second: each sheet approx. 37.2 x 25 cm., 14 3⁄4 x 10 in.

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- first print: there is a small repair to the left hand sheet, top right. Slight trimming and minor wear. Otherwise good condition.

- second print: good condition.


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