Tale of Genji 1853 Triptych

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February 3rd, 2013 - 08:38 AM

Tale of Genji 1853 Triptych

Tale of Genji 1853 Triptych is the latest trio of restorations, reproduced with high resolution to ensure superior quality enlargements and available now in our '18th and 19th Century Japanese Prints' gallery of richly beautiful vintage images of Japan . . .

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"Tale of Genji 1853 Left" . . . The left triptych panel of the snow scene, from the Tale Genji, is a collaboration by Utagawa Hiroshige and Utagawa Toyokuni. The left and right panels are signed Toyokuni-ga (painted by Toyokuni). Hiroshige hitsu (brush of Hiroshige) is on the center panel. From an original 19th century (1857) woodcut, Furyu Genji Yuki no Nagame, by Utagawa Hiroshige and Utagawa Toyokuni. All Rights Reserved 2013 padre art

"Tale of Genji 1853 Middle" . . . The middle triptych panel of the snow scene, from the Tale Genji, is a collaboration by Utagawa Hiroshige and Utagawa Toyokuni. The left and right panels are signed Toyokuni-ga (painted by Toyokuni). Hiroshige hitsu (brush of Hiroshige) is on the center panel. From an original 19th century (1857) woodcut, Furyu Genji Yuki no Nagame, by Utagawa Hiroshige and Utagawa Toyokuni. All Rights Reserved 2013 padre art

"Tale of Genji 1853 Right" . . . The right triptych panel of the snow scene, from the Tale Genji, is a collaboration by Utagawa Hiroshige and Utagawa Toyokuni. The left and right panels are signed Toyokuni-ga (painted by Toyokuni). Hiroshige hitsu (brush of Hiroshige) is on the center panel. From an original 19th century (1857) woodcut, Furyu Genji Yuki no Nagame, by Utagawa Hiroshige and Utagawa Toyokuni. All Rights Reserved 2013 padre art

The woodcuts of this historic triptych can be found with many other vintage photographs, illustrations, woodcuts, drawings and advertisements ~ as designs for unique gift ideas ~ at our online shop, 'Padre Art Prints' . . . Tale of Genji 1853 Triptych

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