HIROSHIGE kacho-e a
HIROSHIGE kacho-e bHiroshige kacho-e c

Andō Hiroshige – 安藤 広重 (1797-1858) – Hummingbird & Peony – ハチドリとボタン科



Hiroshige was one of the most prolific artists in Japanese history. Since ancient times, the Japanese have considered kachō-ga (or kachō-e) an elegant expression of nature through art. The pieces also contain ancient symbolism. Here, the peony is auspicious for elegance and refinement (they consider it king of the flowers). A hummingbird is good luck for industriousness and happiness. Publisher: Oedo Mokuhansha – Carver: Endo. High quality. Strong reflective mica pigments. Made in the exact traditional manner as the original. Date: Shōwa period*Please click the top left corner of the photos to enlarge them.


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