Do you like Japanese art? Plum Garden at Kameido (1857) was

Do you like Japanese art? Plum Garden at Kameido (1857) was

7/27/2021, 11:30:38 AM
Do you like Japanese art? Plum Garden at Kameido (1857) was painted by the famous Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858). It is a woodblock print of a series of flowering plum trees. It was part of a large series of woodblock prints by Hiroghigo, known as One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (which is Tokyo nowadays). The series actually contains 119 prints, and was created between 1856 and 1859. As Hiroshige died in 1858, he did not complete the full series, and the last prints in this series were created by his student Hiroshige II (not the son of Hiroshige). This particular image of the series is popular because 30 years later, Vincent van Gogh created his own version of this woodblock print. #Art #Painting #Artwork #ArtHistory #HistoryofArt #FineArts #ArtoftheDay #JapaneseArt #Japan #Japanese #JapaneseArt Art #JapaneseArtist #JapanesePainter #Ukiyoe #Hiroshige #PlumTrees #Plums #Blossom #Woodblock #WoodblockPrint

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