Falcon, pine and rising sun (Hatsuhinode matsu ni taka)
Materialsink and color
Place Made: Japan
Image: 38.4 x 17.5 cm (15 1/8 x 6 7/8 inches)
Signature / Inscription / Marks
Inscription verso, near bottom end in pencil: #13 Hiroshige; in a later hand, verso, bottom center: EGR312[text and poems]Hatsu hinode(translates to) As New Year's Day dawns, kuni ni sakai wa* (translates to) all the border gates are down nakari keri (translates to) throughout the nation. (trans. Marks in Bogel) (*a in Bogel changed to wa)The Amsterdam cat. cited below translates the poem: When the sun first rose in the New Year/there were no boundaries in the nation
Signature: Hiroshige hitsu
Seals: Artist's seal | Ichiryusai; publisher's seal | Sanoki han
StateThe second state with publisher's seal of Sanoya Kihei.
Credit / Object Number
Gift of Mrs. Gustav Radeke
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Sanoya Kihei 佐野屋喜兵衛 (Japanese, 1717-1875), publisher
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