Produced between 1856 and 1858 by the artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858), “One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”, a collection of woodblock prints, has had a lasting influence on Western art. The Japanese gardens in these prints inspired Claude Monet, and Vincent van Gogh owned several of Hiroshige’s prints depicting plum trees in bloom. Views of Mt. Fuji, city parks, lakes, and peaceful landscapes comprise the 30 dramatic prints in this book of postcards, epitomizing Hiroshige’s superb compositions.
30 color reproductions bound in a handy postcard collection
• Mail the postcards, or keep the book for your own collection
• Decorate your office or dorm room with a wall of images
• Informative introductory text
• Backs of postcards offer enough room for short messages
• Perforated for easy removal
• Oversized postcards may require additional postage
• Pomegranate’s books of postcards feature exclusive selections of art from museums and artists around the world
Published with the Brooklyn Museum
Book: 6.875 x 4.75 x .375 in.
Postcard: 6.5 x 4.75 in.