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Parastone - Hiroshige, Cat sees Mount Fuji small ceramic vase

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Hiroshige - Cat sees Mount Fuji Small Vase

Alongside Hokusai, Hiroshige is viewed as the principle exponent of ukiyo-e from the first half of the 19th century. He concentrated on drawing famous landscapes.

This print in which a cat watches a festive procession meander through the rice paddies with Mount Fuji in the background is part of his famous series: One Hundred Famous Views of Edo. These woodcuts were highly praised by the Impressionists including Van Gogh and Monet.

height: 18 cm. / diameter: 6 cm

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