Japenese prints were a great favourite of Claude Monet. He never travelled to Japan but he owned over 200 prints, many of which were hung in his house in Giverny. His house and garden in Giverny are now open to the public and the house contains a major display of his Japanese woodblock prints, many of which are by Hiroshige.

Monet and Japan, the website of the exhibition held at the National Gallery of Australia and the Art Gallery of Western Australia in 2001.
Monet's garden at Giverny