Evening Snow at Kanbara

Evening Snow at Kanbara Geography Social Studies Tragedies and Triumphs Nineteenth Century Life Visual Arts

Evening Snow at Kanbara was created by Ando Hiroshige between 1833 and 1843. Hiroshige was a Japanese artist, and van Gogh gained inspiration from his prints.

This one is part of Hiroshige’s series entitled Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido.  (The Tokaido was the Eastern Sea Road which connected Toyko, then called Edo, with Kyoto, the old capital.  Evening Snow at Kanbara is print-number 16 in the Hoeido Edition of that series.

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Media Credits

Image online, courtesy The Woodblock Prints of Ando Hiroshige.



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