TRIPTYCHS
Tsuya Beauties in the Fashions of the Four Seasons (1830) (1/4 Prints)
Famous Views of Edo (1830s) (23/?? prints)
Snow, Moon and Flowers (1857)

MISCELLANEOUS TRIPTYCHS


 

Moonlight at Takanawa
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Snow at the Sumida River
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Snow at Shinobazu Pond, Ueno
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Three Bijin Parading in the Snow
From the series Ueno Shinobazu no Ike: uki no keshiki
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Publisher: Jo-Kin (Joshu-ya Kinzo)
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Snow Scene along the Sumida River
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Wonderful Sight: Life in Communion with the Four Seasons
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Horikiri Iris Garden
Horikiri no hana-shobu
Date: 1852
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Taira-no Kiyomori watching in his garden, where everything seemed to be changed into a skull
Kiyomori with a discarded lover, looking with terror at the snowy garden which has become transformed into a graveyard of snow-skulls of his victims.
Date: 1840s
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
References: Strange
Thanks to Michael Thun at Gallery Inkstone for making this image available.
 


 

Battle of Kawanakajima
The Battle of Kawanakajima - Takeda Shingen on the left and (Uesugi) Kenshin on the right
Date: ~1845
Publisher: Sanoki
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Women enjoying the cool of the evening on pleasure boats under Ryogoku Bridge
Date: 1848
Series: Toto Ryogoku Suzumi Fune
Publisher: Sanoya Kihei
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Groups of geisha crossing the spit of land to Enoshima Island in Sagami Province to visit Benten Shrine
Date: c.1850
Publisher: Sumiyoshiya Masagoro
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Pilgrimage to the Cave Shrine of Benzaiten on Enoshima in Sagami Province
Soshu Enoshima Benzaiten kaicho mode hongu iwaya no zu
Date: c.1850
Publisher: Sumimasa
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Flower Viewing at Asukayama
Asukayama hanami no zu
Date: 1855
Publisher: Ebisuya
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Genji and Woman Viewing a Snow-covered Landscape
from the series Elegant Genji - Furyu Genji
Figures by Kunisada
Date: 1853
Publisher: Iseya Kanekichi
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

The Night Garden
from the series Elegant Prince Genji
Date: 1853
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Cherry Blossoms on Sumida Riverbank and Famous Places of Mukojima
Toto meisho Sumidagawa tsutsumi no hana, do Mukojima meisho ichiran
Date: 1854
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

One of "Eight Views of Momegi Station, Adachi in Mutsu Province"
Mutsu Adachi Momegi-eki Hakkei no zu
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Publisher: Enshuya Matabei
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Feast in Waiting for the Moon at Takanawa, Edo on the Twenty-sixth Night
Tohto Meisho Takanawa Nijyuu-rokuya-machi Yuukyou-no-zu
From the series Famous Places in Edo
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Publisher: Enshuya Matabei
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

View of Mutsu
Date: ~1840s
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki


 

Great Scene of Fishing in the Bay
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki


 

The Daimyo’s Ladies Procession at Eastern Capitol: Hachimangu Shrine and Chaki-Inari Shrine
Date: 1845
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki


 

Prince Genji and salt making on Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture
Joint work by Hiroshige and Kunisada
Date: 1853
Publisher: Isekane
Format: Sammai-tsuzuki


 

47 Ronin: Night Attack
The loyal retainers prepare to attack the enemy's house.
Date: 1846
Size/Format: Oban Triptych
Publisher: Arita-ya Seimon
 
 

 

The following 3 tryptychs illustrate Edo's theater district in Saruwaka-cho, showing the posters above the entrances, the tea houses between the theaters and the crowds in the street.
 


 

Crowds in the street in front of the Morita Theater in Edo
Date: 1854
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 


 

Crowds in the street in front of the Nakamura Theater in Edo
Date: 1854
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki
 

Crowds in the street in front of the Ichimura Theater in Edo
Date: 1854
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Format: Sammai-tsuzuki