Ukiyoe Goyu, Tabibito Ryujo by Utagawa Hiroshige Japanese Woodblock Print
Handmade reproduction woodblock print by skillful expert artisans with traditional woodblock print in Edo era in 1800's. NOT MACHINE COPY. ALL SAKES OF UKIYOE ARE FINAL.
Ukiyoe is the Japanese woodblock print. His drawing period was from 1797 to 1858 during Edo priod.
Hiroshige describes a humorous scene where two inn women are eager to drag tourists in. What is noteworthy in this work is that the name of the artist, sculptor, sculptor, etc. related to this work is displayed using the tag that falls on the wall of the inn on the right. At the end of the Tokugawa period, the names of the sculptor and the sculptor may be written in the painting, but in this series, there are few such examples, and they are regarded as important background materials for ukiyoe production.
Japanese Ukiyoe Woodblock Print
Goyu, Tabibito Ryujo
(Fifty-three Stations on the Tokaido: Women Accosting Travelers at Goyu; tabibito tomeonna)
*All sales of Ukiyoe are final. The ukiyoe may have some creases and stains due to age.
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