Original woodblock print triptych - Adachi Ginko (1853-1902) - "Sumida tsutsumi yūran no zu" 隅陀堤遊覧之図 (Sightseeing on the Riverbank of the Sumida) - Japan - 1881 (Meiji 14)
This ukiyo-e was drawn by Adachi Ginko in meiji period
The landscape depicted is the Nikko Toshogu temple in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.
Nikko Toshogu is a temple where Ieyasu Tokugawa, the founder of the Edo Shogunate, is enshrined.
Adachi Ginko is named Shosai Ginko(松斎吟光) in his signature.
Adachi Ginkō 安達 吟光 (born 1853; active c. 1870 – 1908) was a Japanese artist best known for his prints in the ukiyo-e style as a member of the Utagawa school. He worked in a variety of genres, including portraits of beauties and actors, landscapes, book illustrations, and satirical works, and produced a large number of triptychs of contemporary events. His most successful work was his Pictorial Outline of Japanese History series of triptychs in the late 1880s.
This Ukiyo-e has holes and stains.
- Trittico originale con stampa xilografica
- Stampa a blocchi di legno policroma Nishiki-e (broccato)
- 1881 (Meiji 14)
- Regione/ Paese d'origine
- Adachi Ginko (1853-1902)
- Titolo dell'opera
- "Sumida tsutsumi yūran no zu" 隅陀堤遊覧之図 (Sightseeing on the Riverbank of the Sumida)
- In ottime condizioni, vedi descrizione
- 350×240×0 mm