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Carp in the Tone River, Cherry Trees in Full Bloom on Goten Hill, and Creation of the First Medicine Sold at Kameido Tenjin Shrine, from the series Harimaze of Pictures of Famous Places in Edo

Carp in the Tone River, Cherry Trees in Full Bloom on Goten Hill, and Creation of the First Medicine Sold at Kameido Tenjin Shrine, from the series Harimaze of Pictures of Famous Places in Edo

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Utagawa Hiroshige

Artist
Utagawa Hiroshige
(Japanese, 1797 - 1858)
Title
Carp in the Tone River, Cherry Trees in Full Bloom on Goten Hill, and Creation of the First Medicine Sold at Kameido Tenjin Shrine, from the series Harimaze of Pictures of Famous Places in Edo
Date
7/1857
Medium
Color woodcut
Dimensions
340 x 220 mm Overall
Credit
Bequest of John H. Van Vleck
Accession No.
1980.2081
Classification
Prints
Geography
Japan

Related

By 1925, purchased in Japan by Frank Lloyd Wright; ca. 1926, acquired by The Bank of Wisconsin; 1928, sold to Edward Burr Van Vleck (Madison, WI); 1943, passed through inheritance to Edward’s son, John H. Van Vleck (Madison, WI); 9 January 1980, bequeathed by John H. Van Vleck to the Elvehjem Museum of Art [now called Chazen Museum of Art]

  • Elvehjem Museum of Art. "Hiroshige ten: Seitan 200-shunen kinen (200th Anniversary Hiroshige Exhibition)." Madison, WI: Elvehjem Museum of Art; Japan: Bun You Associates, 1996. no. 238

  • 200th Anniversary Hiroshige Exhibition (Hiroshige ten: seiten 200-shunen kinen): Elvehjem Museum of Art, 4/29/1996-12/8/1996

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