Ukiyo-e Japanese Print - Plum Garden Kamata
- Japanese woodblock print
- By Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige (Ando)
- c. 1857
- No 27. from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo
- Printed in London on textured natural white paper 180 gsm
- White border of roughly 1 cm
- Size A3 (297 mm x 420mm / 11,7 x 16,5 inch.)
This Japanese woodblock print was made by Utagawa Hiroshige, one of the most skilled landscape artists of his time. This vintage print belongs to his renowned One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (Tokyo) series.
The series showed the sights of Edo through the changing seasons.
This particular print, the No. 27, showcases Kamata, an area renowned for the cultivation of plum trees. This print was made in February when the plum trees start to fully blossom, followed by their famous counterparts, the cherry trees that start this process some weeks later and often overshadow the beauty of the plum trees.
On the right hand side of this stunningly colourful print, you will find a yamakago, a cushioned litter used by travelers, suggesting that this was a popular place to rest for travelers going to or from Edo.
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Paper Size: A3 (297 mm x 420mm / 11,7 x 16,5 inch.)
The print is sold unframed, however we can frame it for you in a natural, white or black 400 mm x 500 mm wooden frame option available at an additional £30.
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The black frame comes with black background paper.
The natural frame comes with an ecru background paper.
The white frame comes with a white background paper.
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