THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF HIROSHIGE - EDWARD F. STRANGE
CATALOGUE - 2-SHEET PRINTS
Ushiwaka-maru fighting with Kumasaka Chohan Scene from a drama. Publisher, Iwatoya. Nimai-tsuzuki.
Momiji Gari Taira-no Koremochi defending himself in a storm from the man-eating goblin disguised as a Princess. Scene from the drama, Momiji Gari. Publisher, Iwatoya. Nimai-tsuzuki.
Kanki and Watonai The Adventure of the Strong Man, Watonai, in the Palace of Prince Kanki. Scene from a drama. Publisher, Daikokuya. Nimai-tsuzuki.
Note:- The aforementioned prints are examples of Hiroshige's earliest work - done perhaps before 1817.
Shichifukujin The Seven Gods of Good Fortune in the Treasure-ship (Takarabune). Publisher, Sanoki. Kakemono-ye.
Snow Gorge (No title.) The Fujikawa in Snow : known also as the "Snow Gorge." Publisher, Sanoki (about 1832). Kakemono-ye.
Botan ni Kujaku Peacock on Rock, with Peonies. Kakemono-ye.
Setchu Matsu ni Taka Hawk, Pine Tree and Snow. Publisher, Sanoki. Kakemono-ye.
Sugawara-no Michizane, the Patron of Literature, riding on an Ox. Publisher, Sanoki. Kakemono-ye.
Koyo Saruhashi-no Dzu Monkey Bridge in Moonlight. Publisher, Tsutaya. Kakemono-ye.
Shoki, the Demon-queller. Publisher, Tsutaya. Kakemono-ye.
Oni-no Nenbutsu A Demon offering Prayers. Publisher, Marusei. Kakemono-ye.