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Diameter: 2.25 inches, great for purses and pockets. Depth: .19 inches Weight: .25 ounces
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Matsuchiyama, clearing after snow By Ando, Hiroshige. Matsuchiyama yukibare no zu Print shows a winter scene with a bridge spanning a canal and boats on a river.
Born in Edo, Japan, Hiroshiges family name was Tokitaro, but he adopted the name of his mentor as per the custom of the time. His first work was a sketch of a procession done at the age of ten, and earned him the title of a prodigy. In 1828, Hiroshige began his own studio, but eventually moved to Kyoto to produce landscapes. His prints became very popular and emulated upon his return to Edo.