CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION - ITEMS 222 TO 233
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.
This is Toyokuni III.'s work showing a shop selling Hiroshige's Hundred Views of Yedo, and was put on view in the exhibition for the sake of reference. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Uwo-yei.
Sugorokuused by children to play a game on by means of a dice.
These three form a set of Snow, Moon and Flowers, as the Naruto Passage with its swirling waves was called the
Flowers of Naruto.They are Hiroshige's masterpieces in his declining years.
Harimaze Zuye is more of designs than of mere representations of objects. Hiroshige's are especially skilfully rendered. On a plate of Ō-ban size, there are represented four or five prints of simple style showing a town, famous local products or sceneries, or subjects of some historical stories. This series consists of 12 sheets containing 55 prints. There are two other harimaze Tōkaidō of similar style. In the above series Nihonbashi is represented by fish, Shinagawa by women picking sea-weed and Kawasaki by peach blossoms.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of 14 sheets. In this series, Nihonbashi is represented by bronze works on Nihonbashi Bridge and Shinagawa by a woman holding a paper lantern. Published by Senichi ()
This is similar to No. 228 in style and is complete in 18 sheets containing 68 prints. Two of the sheets are illustrated. (See Plate No. 80.) Published by Fujikei () in 1852.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of 15 sheets containing 55 prints. Published by Yamaguchi () in 1856.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of 10 sheets. (See Two Illustrations, No. 231 Plate 80.) Published by Yamadaya () in 1857.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of three sheets.
This contains the same eight views as No. 57. Ō-ban Yokoye. Those illustrated are Ō-ban Tateye. Published by Uwoyei in 1857.
This series was censored in April, 1858 but was not put on sale until the following year, and then issued as his memorial prints. Ō-ban Tateye. Published by Tsutaya.
Tōto Sumida Tsutsumi.
Musashi Hommoku no Hara.
Hakone no Kosui.
Suruga Satta no Kaijo.
Tōkaidō Hidari Fuji.
Ise Futamiga Ura.
Shinano Shiojiri Tōge.
Kai Otsuki no Hara.
Shimōsa Kogane ga Hara.
Sagami Shichiriga Hama. *
Tōto Tsukuda Oki.
Tōto Meguro Yūhigaoka.
Musashi Koshigaya Zai.
Sōshū Miura no Kaijō.
Sagami Yenoshima Irikuchi.
Izu no Sanchū.
Suruga Miho no Matsubara.
Shinshū Suwa no Mizuumi.
Kai Misaka Goye.
Kai Inume Tōge.
Kazusa Kuroto no Ura.
Bōshū Hota no Kaigan.
Musashi Noge Yokohama. *