Ando Hiroshige II, Japanese, (1826–1869)
Miracles of Kannon: Western Provinces Pilgrimage, No. 29 Matsuno-dera in Wakasa Province, 1859
Ink and colors on paper
14 x 9 1/2 in. (36 x 24 cm)
Two artists' work is here: the top panel is by Hiroshige II.
"This series combines illustrating legends about the goddess Kannon by Toyokuni III with illustrations of the temples the legends are asociated with by Hiroshige II."
Peter Gilder, Arts and Designs of Japan
See also 2001.2.14 # 9 Kofuku-ji
See also 2017.1.12 #29 Matsuno-dera
See also 2003.1.95 #26, Kiyomizudera
See also 2017.1.14 #23, Kachio-ji, Settsu
See also 2019.1.84 #15, Imakumano
Colored ink woodblock print on paper.
Tamemitsu being rescued from a demon by the wooden horse statue from the Kannon temple.
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Kannon Reigen Ki
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