- Digital reproduction
- Printed by the Photograph Studio of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Paper size: 20'' x 16''Image size: 15 3/4'' x 10 1/4''
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This digital reproduction shows Mount Fuji as seen from the Otsuki plain in the province of Kai. It is from a series of views of Mount Fuji created by Utagawa Hiroshige in the mid-nineteenth century. One of the great Japanese landscape artists, Hiroshige's images of his native Japan are celebrated throughout the world. He only began to produce what are now considered his masterpieces in the 1830s, when he was well into middle age, and became known for his pictures of birds and flowers and landscapes, especially scenic spots on the Tokaido road from Kyoto to Edo. Drawing on a wide range of influences, Hiroshige used various painting techniques to produce innovative woodblock print images and to add a sense of atmosphere and lyricism to his compositions.
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