Japanese Greeting Card Moon pine at Ueno Temple Precincts

Japanese Greeting Card Moon pine at Ueno Temple Precincts
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Japanese Greeting Card Moon Pine at Ueno Temple Precincts size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.


Both the Japanese and Chinese regard the evergreen pine as a symbol of longevity, good fortune and steadfastness. Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th century Japanese print artists, thought to have designed around 5400 prints. He is best known for his landscape prints and influenced western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet.

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A6 size card 148mm x 105mm, Quality embossed paper which gives a textured and visual edge. Hand finished rounded corners complete with white embossed envelope and packed in a self cello bag Description on the reverse of the card: Moon Pine at Ueno Temple Precincts by Hiroshige (1797–1858)) Both the Japanese and Chinese regard the evergreen pine as a symbol of longevity, good fortune and steadfastness. Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th century Japanese print artists, thought to have designed around 5400 prints. He is best known for his landscape prints and influenced western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
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