The Sketchbooks Of Hiroshige
These delightful pencil, ink, and water-color drawings by the great Japanese master Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) were made when he was at the height of his talent and popularity. Rarely circulated or seen, the drawings, which appear in two sketchbooks, range from everyday scenes of a worker in a rice field stopping to smoke or fishing boats at work, to episodes of classic Ja...more
Published February 22nd 1984 by George Braziller Inc., U.S.
(first published February 1984)
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