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Hiroshige

Tobiuo and Ishimochi Fish, from the series "Every Variety of Fish" (1840's)

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About The Art

A large flying fish and a small, silver Ishimochi are artfully arranged by a lily, on a warm bokashi background.

In this series, known as "Every Variety of Fish" or "Grand Series of Fishes", Hiroshige designed four series of ten prints. Beautifully detailed varieties of fish and sea life are presented with grasses or plants against soft bokashi shading. Generally the animals are arranged as food, rather than living, breathing creatures. Originals from this series are scarce.

Western visual and artistic concepts had begun to penetrate Japan by Hiroshige's time, and this is clearly visible in some of his depictions of fish. Perhaps due to the influence of zoological encyclopedias, as well as Dutch still life, Hiroshige made use of precise observation to create realistic-looking fish.

Prints in this genre as are known as kacho-e (birds and flowers prints), which focus on carefully observed birds, insects, fish, and flowers, generally seen in their natural habitats. 

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