After Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858). A posthumously published portfolio containing four ukiyo-e woodblock prints after Utagawa Hiroshige from "Totô Yukimi Hakkei" (Eight Snow Scenes in the Eastern Capital) published by Shotaro Sato (Japanese, active active 1895-1931) in 1928, comprising "Takanawa Yoru no Yuki", print depicting a snowy evening at Takanawa with snowy harbor, with men and women trekking through the snow with umbrellas, with caption to upper left corner, with red seal and round mark to lower right corner; "Ueno Toeizan Shinobazu-Ike", print depicting the Toizan Temple next to a large pond with small arched bridge in a snow covered landscape, with caption, red seal and round mark to upper left corner; "Kasumigaseki no Yuki-Agari", print depicting a street scene with fresh snow, with caption to upper center, with seal and round mark to center left; "Sumidagawa Tsutsumi No Kei", print depicting a view from the banks of the Sumida River during snowfall, with caption to upper left corner, with seal and round mark to upper right corner. Portfolio overall 17.5" x 12.5" Note: Alternative artist spellings include Ichiryusai Hiroshige.
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