Japanese prints of the XVIII –XIX century from the collection of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts

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Horses under a Cherry Tree in Blossom.
Man Writing on the Pillar the Album’s Name: The New Edition of Illustrated Books.
Matsushima. Monkey Bridge (Saruhashi).
Rōben Falls at Ōyama in Sagami Province
Tile Makers.
Akasaka Station. Woman Making Net and Child.
Hamamatsu Station. Pine-Trees on Sea Shore.
Kawasaki Station. Washing.
Minaguchi Station. Two Women and Dancing Child
Numazu Station. Boys with Rakes
Shinagawa Station. Sericulture.
Unknown Station. Bathing of Horse.
Yoshiwara Station. Making Tofu.
Boats Fighting with Waves
Fukuroi Station.
Kambara Station.
Kawasaki Station.
Maisaka Station
Narumi Station
Yoshida Station.
Numazu Station.
A Map of Kisokaido Famous Places
Sodegaura, Soshu, Sagami Province
Cherry Trees in Blossom at Yoshino. (From the series “Snow, Moon, Flowers” (“Setsu-Gekka”))
Mt. Myogizan, Joshu in Kozuke Province.
Yoshitsune Fall, Mountain Yoshino in Yamato Province.
Great Wave of Kanagawa

KATSUSHIKA Hokusai / 葛飾 北斎

1760 - 1849

Mill at Onden.

Mid-Edo Period. C. 1829–1831

Series «36 Views of Mount Fuji»

Material; technique:

Japanese paper (washi); color wood-block print, aizuri-e.

Format:

Ōban

Dimensions:

236 x 356 mm

Signature:

zen Hokusai Iitsu hitsu

Production centre:

Edo (Tokyo)

Provenance:

, at the PMFA since 1924

Exhibitions:

This floating world is an uncomparable creation!; Japanese prints of the 18th-19th century

Inv.:

А-9371