UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE III (三代目 歌川 広重, Sandaime Hiroshige
Utagawa, 1842 or 1843 – March 28, 1894) was a Japanese ukiyo-e
artist who was a student of Utagawa
Born GOTō TORAKICHI (後藤寅吉), he was given the artistic name
Shigemasa. In 1867, after
* 1 Gallery * 2 See also * 3 References
* 4 External links
* 4.1 Prints * 4.2 Biographies
British house in Takanawa, 1868 *
Big French circus on the grounds of Shokonsha shrine, 1871 *
English Polo Match, 1877 *
Second national industrial exhibition at Ueno Park, 1881
From The most beautiful place in Tokyo (東京名所第一の勝景, Tōkyō meisho dai ichi no shōkei)
A triptych print showing Japanese and foreign people walking along the Sumida River among cherry trees in full bloom.
* ^ Frédéric, Louis (2005). Japan Encyclopedia. Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-01753-6 .