Titmouse hanging on a Camellia branch.

Andō, Hiroshige, 1797-1858 [Browse]
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[s.l.] : [s.n.], n.d.
1 item ; sheet 38.9 x 17.5 cm.


  • Medium: Nishiki-e (color woodblock print)
  • Date of original print: Early 1830s.
  • Depiction: Bird hanging upside-down on tree branch.
  • Format: Ôtanzaku tate-e.
  • Inscribed [poem]: Tsubaki kare ochiru shite kara haki josô (Withered camellias--all the sweeping that goes on after they've fallen). -- Translated by Alfred H. Marks.
  • Provenance: Purchased at one of three 1947 sales at Parke-Bernet or at Gimbels Department Store, New York City.
  • Sealed: Ichiryûsai.
  • Signed: Hiroshige hitsu.
Source acquisition
Gift of Gillett G. Griffin in honor of Dale Roylance. Given 2008.
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