歌川広重 Utagawa Hiroshige(1797-1858)
  • 歌川広重 Utagawa Hiroshige(1797-1858)

    名所江户百景  墨田河桥场之渡瓦灶

    The Kilns and Hashiba Ferry near the Sumida River, from the series of 100 Famous Views of Edo. 

     

    1857年

     

    木版画 | 纵绘大判 | 36cm x 25cm

    Woodblock-print | Oban tate-e | 36cm x 25cm

     

    在歌川广重的绝响之作《名所江户百景》中,他带着我们去了一趟他的家乡——江户(现在的东京)体验了一躺不可思议的旅行。他喜欢将著名的旅游景点与百姓日常工作场所结合到一起,比如下图的生产瓦片的窑炉。在这个大胆的构图中,广重利用左下角窑炉冒出的一缕白色浓烟几乎将画面切成两半。他甚至用烟雾遮挡住了了对岸的水神神社的视线。正值春天,丛林的远处樱花盛开,两艘满载着乘客的小木船从在河中央缓缓驶过。

    We know in his last, and perhaps greatest series, Hiroshige took us on an incredible tour of his hometown, Edo -- modern-day Tokyo. Famous sights were mixed with work-a-day locations, like lumber yards and, here, kilns for making tiles. In a bold compositional gambit, Hiroshige cuts the image almost in half with a thick plume of whitish smoke from the left of two kilns. The one to the right is apparently unlit. He even uses the smoke to block the view of the torii of Suijin Shrine on the opposite shore. It is spring, the sakura is in bloom, and two small wooden boats laden with passengers -- the Hashiba ferry of the title -- pass each other mid-river. 

     

    第一版次;品相完好;边缘经轻微修剪

    First edition in excellent condition; slight trimming to the margins.

     

    可售

    Available