ANDO HIROSHIGE
EDWARD F. STRANGE: THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF HIROSHIGE


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

COLOUR PLATES

MEMORIAL PORTRAIT OF HIROSHIGE. BY KUNISADA

WAKAN ROYEI SHU. CHINESE AND JAPANESE POEMS. A MOUNTAIN STREAM IN SNOW. Harmsworth Collection

LONG-TAILED BLUE BIRD ON BRANCH OF PLUM TREE IN BLOSSOM. Harmsworth Collection

KAMBARA, YORU-NO YUKI. EVENING SNOW AT KAMBARA. (First Tokaido Series.) Harmsworth Collection

YUI, SATTA PEAK. (First Tokaido Series.) Harmsworth Collection

SAKANOSHITA; THE THROWING-AWAY-THE-BRUSH PEAK. (First Tokaido Series.) Harmsworth Collection

MOCHIZUKI, THE ROADSIDE PINES UNDER THE FULL MOON. ("Views of the Kisokaido")

WADA. THE HEAD OF THE PASS, IN SNOW. ("Views of the Kisokaido.") Harmsworth Collection

TSUMAGOME. ("Views of the Kisokaido")

YABASE-NO KIHAN. FISHING BOATS RETURNING TO YABASE. From the Series Omi Hakkei ("Eight Views of Biwa"). Harmsworth Collection

HANEDA-NO RAKUGAN. GEESE FLYING HOME AT HANEDA; WITH POEM BY TAIHAIDO. From the Yedo Kinko Hakkei ("Eight Views of the Neighbourhood of Yedo")

SARUWAKA-CHO, YORU SHIBAI. SARUWAKA STREET) YEDO, WITH THEATRES, IN LIGHT OF THE FULL MOON. ("The Hundred Views of Yedo.") Raphael Collection

FAN-PRINT (Ogi Shape). SEIRO HANAMI RYAKU DZU. PROCESSION OF WOMEN OF THE YOSHIWARA VIEWING THE CHERRY-BLOSSOM. Harmsworth Collection

YASE-NO SATO. PEASANTS GOING HOME AT YASE. ("Famous Views of Kyoto")

CHUSHINGURA; THE DRAMA OF THE 47 RONIN. SCENE 8

EVENING SNOW AT HIRA. From the Series Omi Hakkei ("Eight Views of Biwa"). Harmsworth Collection

 

HALF-TONE PLATES

EVENING SNOW AT HIRA

EVENING GLOW AT SETA. From the Series Omi Hakkei ("Eight Views of Biwa")

FAN-PRINT (Uchiwa Shape). NIGHTINGALE, FULL MOON AND PLUM-BLOSSOM

DRAGON IN CLOUDS

HIROSHIGE'S MONUMENT AT AKIHAJINSHA

SHIGENOBU (HIROSHIGE II): ORIGINAL DRAWINGS FOR TANZAKU (poem-cards). Bateson Collection

OCHA-NO MIDZU IN SNOW. ("Views of Yedo")

FAN-PRINT (Uchiwa Shape). AWA-NO NARUTO. THE RAPIDS AT NARUTO

ASAKUSA OKUYAMA KAI ZAIKU. ADVERTISEMENT FOR A DEALER IN SHELL-WORK AT ASAKUSA

MOUNTAINS, PINES AND WATERFALLS, WITH A BORDER OF DRAGONS AND SACRED JEWELS, IN CHINESE STYLE (BLACK-AND-WHITE). Harmsworth Collection

SHOJO MAI-NO DZU. THE SHOJO DANCE

OKITSU. ("Views of the Tokaido")

YABATA. ("Views of the Kisokaido")

FINE WEATHER AFTER SNOW AT MASAKI. ("Views of Yedo")

THE SOGA BROTHERS, SUKENARI AND TOKIMUNE, KILLING SUKETSUNE (Scene from "The Story of the Soga")

ORIGINAL SKETCHES: THE NUNOBIKI WATERFALL. SARUHASHI: THE MONKEY BRIDGE

THE EVENING BELL AT MIIDERA. From the Series Omi Hakkei. ("Eight Views of Biwa")

FAN-PRINT (Uchiwa Shape). THE SHICHI-RI BAY AT KAMAKURA, SOSHU

FAN-PRINT (Uchiwa Shape). THE USUI PASS AND KUMAGAI EMBANKMENT, WITH GEESE FLYING HOME. From the Ura Omote Yekiro Hakkei ("Eight Views of the Post-Road, in and out")

FAN-PRINT (Uchiwa Shape). ENOSHIMA. ("The 36 Views of Fuji")

FAN-PRINT (Uchiwa Shape). TENJIN KI GANO IWAI. GATHERING FALLEN LEAVES FOR A BIRTHDAY CEREMONY

SURIMONO. NITAN-NO SHIRO KILLING THE WILD BOAR AT THE FOOT OF MOUNT FUJI. (A Dai-Sho Calendar for the Year, 1851)

SURIMONO. A WOMAN AND HER ATTENDANTS APPROACHING THE GATE OF THE YOSHIWARA. (A Dal-Sho Calendar for the Year, 1859)

SURIMONO. ORIGINAL DESIGN. TORTOISES AND WATER-WEEDS

FAN-PRINT (Uchiwa Shape). TORTOISES IN WATER

ORIGINAL DRAWINGS: KIRIGIRISU ON SHUKAIDO FLOWER. DRAGON FLY AND HYDRANGEA

ORIGINAL DRAWINGS FOR TANZAKU (poem-cards)

ORIGINAL DRAWINGS: SHOKOKU MU-TAMAGAWA. ("Views of the Six Tamagawa")

ORIGINAL DRAWING: VIEW OF LAKE HAKONE

ORIGINAL SKETCH: THE BACK OF MOUNT FUJI. Hutchinson Collection

ORIGINAL SKETCH: THE DEVIL'S PLAIN NEAR MOUNT MITAKE. Hutchinson Collection

JUMANTSUBO IN SNOW. ("The Hundred Views of Yedo")

THE NIHON-BASHI, YEDO, IN RAIN ("Views of Yedo")

THE STORY OF THE PRINCESS UGAO AND PRINCE GENJI. ("The 54 Scenes from the Story of Genji")

DANCE OF THE BON ODORI FESTIVAL, IN OTSUYE STYLE. (Humorous Drawing)

THE GREAT WAVE AT SATTA, SUNSHU. ("The 36 Views of Fuji")

THE GATE OF THE IZUMO TEMPLE IN MIST. ("The Sixty and More Famous Views of the Provinces")

A DAIMYO PROCESSION (REPRESENTED BY WOMEN) CROSSING THE RIVER OI