Hiroshige

The legendary Japanese ukiyo-e artist, Hiroshige, was considered the last great master of that traditional art form. He lived from 1797 to 1858, and spent most of his life living in Edo, which was renamed Tokyo in 1868.

Hiroshige is known as the defining artist of the period, along with Hokusai, and their works have become famous the world over. They have also been cited as influences on some of the most popular pieces of Japanese pop-culture of modern times, including anime and Pokemon.

We have a great range of posters, framed collector prints and mugs available, mainly from his legendary ‘Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji’, famous Views of the Sixty-Odd Provinces’, and ‘One Hundred Famous Views of Edo’ Collections.

 
Hiroshige The Drum Bridge Mug
7.99 £ £7.99
Hiroshige The Sea At Satta Mug
7.99 £ £7.99