TOTO MEISHO. Famous Views of the eastern capital (Yedo).
RYOGOKU no YOIZUKI, Twilight Moon at Ryogoku Bridge. 0-ban Yokoye.
Mr. T. Nakamura
TAKANAWA no MEIGETSU,
Full Moon at Takanawa. 0-ban Yokoye.
These two prints which were issued by Kawaguchi-Shozo (), 4-chome, Ginza, Yedo are each signed Ichi-yu-sai-Hiroshige ().
They show a very free and yet careful brush work. They are perhaps the author's first landscape paintings. From the tone and style, it appears that they were produced in the first year of Tempo (1830). The first prints have decorative borders (See Illustration). But these borders are omitted in later editions. These two and the following eight plates make a set.
Susaki-Yukino-Hatsuhi (Susaki, New Year's Sunrise after Snow).
Shibaura Shiohigari no Zu (Shell Gathering at Shibaura).
Shinyoshiwara Asazakura no Zu (Morning Cherries at Yoshiwara).
Gotenyama no Yuzakura (Twilight Cherries at Gotenyama).
Massaki Boshun no Kei (Late Spring at Massaki).
Sumidagawa Hazakura no Kei (Cherries in Leaf on the Banks of the Sumida).
Tsukudajima Hatsu Hototogisu (First Cuckoo of the Year at Tsukudajima).
Shinobugaoka-Hasuike no Zu (Lotus Pond at Shinobuga-oka).
FUKAGAWA-SHINCHI, one of ten views of Yedo. Chu-ban Tateye. Published by Eijudo.
Mr. H. Shugio
YABASE no KIHAN. Boats sailing back in a row at Yabase, Blue print in a circle with decorative border. Chu-ban.
Mr. M. Uchida
Mr. M. Uchida
YEDO JUNIKEI. Twelve Views of Yedo.
Yotsugiri Yokoye. 12 Sheets in a set.
Nihonbashi Yukihare, Sunrise in Snow.
Gotenyama no Hana, Cherries.
Sumidagawa, the Sumida.
Dokanyama Shita, Foot of Dokan Hill.
Susaki Shiohi, Shell Gathering al, Susaki.
Takanawa, Moon at Takanawa.
Tsukudajima. Incoming Boats at Tsukudajima.
Ryogokubashi Shita, Moon at Ryogoku.
Nakasu no Kei, View of Nakasu.
Uyeno Shinobazu, Shinobazu Pond, Uyeno.
Yoshiwara Tambo, Evening View of Rice Fields Near Yoshiwara.
Mr. T. Suzuki
The above prints from No. 17 - No. 23 are Hiroshige's early landscape
produced before 1832.