Utagawa Hiroshige (1797 to 1858) is known as the father of the ukiyo-e printing tradition involving woodblock prints. He produced 8,000 art prints featuring landscapes and everyday objects during the Edo period. Hiroshige created his artworks with a magnificent, saturated ambiance, making them suitable for decorating your home. He started with thin, vertical landscapes featuring thatched houses between two cliffs and bird vignettes resting on flowering branches. Most of his artwork concentrates on landscapes. If you’re looking for a form of art to satisfy your desire for various landscapes and match your tropical décor, Hiroshige’s art is what you need. You will get his art pieces printed on various mediums like canvas and digital paper.

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