The Komakatado Temple and the Azumabashi Bridge SOLD by Ando Hiroshige

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Artist: Ando Hiroshige
Title: The Komakatado Temple and the Azumabashi Bridge SOLD
Reference: ah038
Medium: Woodblock
Size: 35.1 x 24.1 cm
Date: 1857
Price: SOLD
Further Info:
No.62 of 100 Famous Views of Edo series published by Uoya Eikichi . The Komakatado Temple was dedicated to Kannon and `komakata` means `in the form of a foal`. The red flag marks the Hyakusuke perfume shop which was to the west of the temple. The bird in the stormy sky is the `hototogisu` cuckoo which was associated with summer in Japanese poetry. Excellant impression and colours, in good condition, slightly dirty with signs of binding holes down right-hand side. Mounted and framed.

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