100 Views of Edo # 69 by Ando Hiroshige

100 Views of Edo # 69 by Ando Hiroshige
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Artist: Ando Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858)

Title: 100 Hundred Views of Edo # 69: Hall of Thirty-Three Bays, Fukagawa

1st Publication: August 1857

Size: 13-5/8 x 8-7/8 plus margin as shown

Date of this edition: August 1857, 1st Edition

Publisher: Uoya Eikichi

Carver: Hori-Sen

Condition: This print is in excellent condition. It has the remains of prior mounting, and a slight trimmed margin on the left slighty trimming the seal, as seen on pictures. A couple of tiny light spot. Else, very fine. Very good color and condition.

Notes: You cannot go wrong with this real masterpiece from Ando Hiroshige. Originals from the 100 views of Edo series are very rare, hard to find, especially in this condition.

More about this print: The Hall of Thirty-Three Bays was under the jurisdiction of Eitaiji Temple, whose garden was the subject of the previous print.

This view from behind the elongated hall is a skillful expression of the use of the long rear veranda as an archery range. A shooting trial seems to be underway, with the contestants expected to shoot the arrows so that they stayed within the confines of the veranda, clearing the length of the building without hitting any part of it. Shooting speed was as important as accuracy.


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