Facebook
Twitter

Ando Hiroshige - Temman Shrine at Yushima

Ando Hiroshige - Temman Shrine at Yushima Biographies Famous People Tragedies and Triumphs Visual Arts Nineteenth Century Life Social Studies

Temman Shrine at Yushima is part of the Famous Views of the Eastern Capital (Toto Meisho) which Japanese artist Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858) created between 1833 and 1843. 

The work (a print based on a woodblock published, in Japan, by Kikakudo / Sanoki) uses complimentary colors which greatly influenced Vincent van Gogh during his Paris years.

Click on the image to enlarge its size.

 


Media Credits

Image online, courtesy The Woodblock Prints of Ando Hiroshige.

PD

 

To cite this story (For MLA citation guidance see easybib or OWL ):

"Ando Hiroshige - Temman Shrine at Yushima" AwesomeStories.com. Oct 07, 2013. Oct 21, 2017.
       <https://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/Ando-Hiroshige-Temman-Shrine-at-Yushima/1>.
Awesome Stories Silver or Gold Membership Required
Awesome Stories Silver or Gold Membership Required
Show tooltips