ANDO HIROSHIGE
WATANABE: CATALOGUE OF THE MEMORIAL EXHIBITION


CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION - ITEMS 234 TO 236
Titles with the mark denote titles of the series while the mark denotes the sub-title. Those titles without any mark are the additions of the compiler of the catalogue.

HIROSHIGE II'S WORKS.

Hiroshige II., family name Chimpei Suzuki () was originally called Shigenobu (). In January of the 6th year of Ansei, the year following the death of Hiroshige, he succeeded to his teacher's name. Shigenobu was the most distinguished of Hiroshige's pupils. His work began to be known from 1852. After calling himself Hiroshige II, he produced many landscape paintings. Those drawn not long after the death of his teacher so resemble the works by Hiroshige I done in his closing years that it is difficult at the first sight to distinguish one from the other.

 

 

 

Exhibitors

234.

SHOKOKU MEISHO HAKKEI. Hundred Views of the Various Provinces.
Just how many sheets of this set were published is not known. But it is surmised that those 80 sheets displayed in the exhibition are all that were published. 0-ban Tateye. Published by Uo-yei in 1859-61.

Mr. H. Tsunajima

 

 

Kyoto Gion Sairei.
Yamashiro Otani Meganebashi.
Kyoto Tofukuji Tsuutenkyo.
Yamato Yoshinoyama.
Senshu Sakai Naniwaya no Matsu.
Sesshu Nanbabashi.
Sesshu Nunobiki no Taki.
Ise Futamigaura.
Bishu Nagoya.
Enshu Akiba Enkei.
Koshu Yatate Sugi.
Zushu Hakone Gongen.
Toto Awoyama Hyakuninmachi.
Toto Takanawa Kaigan.
Bushu Yokohama Noge.
Boshu Nokogiriyama.
Shimosa Naritasan.
Shimosa Inbanuma.
Omi Togihari Toge.
Hida Kagowatashi.
Shinshu Suwako Yatsume Unagi.
Shinshu Togakushiyama.
Shinto Zenkojimachi Kusuriyama.
Shinto Kikyo no Hara.
Nikko Kirifuri no Taki.
Oshu Matsushima.
Oshu Sotogahama.
Wakasa Karei wo Seisu.
Kashu Kanazawa Daijoji.
Echigo Niagara.
Tango Amano Hashidate.
Hoki Shimotani.
Oki Takibi no Yashiro.
Banshu Murotsu.
Bizen Tatsukuchi Yama.
Suo Iwakuni Kintaibashi
Kishu Kumano.
Sanuki Kubotani no Hama.
Iyo Okoshikamo Sakaami.
Bungo Hidakama Fuchi.
Hizen Nagasaki Karafune.
Hizen Goto Kujiraryo no Zu.
Hizen Nagasaki Meganebashi.

Kyoto Shijo Yusuzumi.
 
Yamato Hasedera.
Senshu Ushitaki Tanfu.
 
Osaka Tenpozan.
Iga Hirakidoyama.
Ise Miyakawa no Watashi.
Owari Tsushima Sairei.
Sunshu Hara no Fukei.
Soshu Shichiriga Hama.
Toto Saruwakacho.
 
Bushu Yokohama Gankiro.
Musashi Chichi Sanchu.
Kazusa Kasamoridera.
Shimosa Funabashi Daijingu.
Hitachi Tsukubasan.
Mino Ochiaibashi.
Shinshu Asamayama.
 
Shinshu Kiso no Yucca.
 
Joshu Ikawo Sarusawa.
Shimotsuke Chuzenjikosui.
Oshu Soma Myoken Matsuri.
Dewa Chokaizan.
Echizen Mikuni no Ominato.
Etchu Tateyama.
Sado Kaneyama.
Tajima Taka no Hama.
Unshu Hirose.
Banshu Maiko no Hama.
Banshu Himeji.
Aki Miyajima.
Kishu Data no Ura.
Awa Naruto.
Sanshu Gokenzan.
Buzen Kokuraryo Kaigan.
Nagasaki Maruyama.
Satshu Makurasaki.
Taishu Kaigan.
 

 

TOTO MEISHO. Views of Yedo. Hiroshige II.

 

235.

TAKANAWA YOKEL Evening Scene of Takanawa. Blue Print. 0-ban Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.

Dr. L. Reidhaar

 

 

DO.

 

236.

UYENO KIYOMIZUDO MANKA. Cherry Trees in Full Bloom by the Kiyomizu Temple, Uyeno. Blue Print.
This set contains seven other prints. O-ban Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.

Do.

 

 

Besides those exhibited, there are the following principal prints:
Sumidagawa Hakkei (Eight Views at the Sumida) in a set issued in the first year of Bunkyu by the Hiranoya.
Yedo Zuye (Views of Yedo) in about 30 sheets issued in the same year by the Fujikei.
Toto Sanjurokkei (Thirty-Six Views of the Eastern Capital) in a set of 36 sheets, by the Aito the second year of the same era, (the above are all O-ban Tateye).
Yedo Meisho Shiju Hakkei (Forty-Eight Views of Yedo). Chu-ban Tateye in a set, by Tsutakichi.
Shokoku Rokuju-Hakkei (Sixty-Eight Views of the Various Provinces) Chu-ban Tateye in a set, by Tsutakichi ()