Hiroshige: 53 Stations of the Tokkaido
Art History Lectures with Rebecca Albiani
Thursday, February 13, 2020
11:00am – 12:00 pm
Hiroshige is best known for 100 Famous Views of Edo, but the woodblock prints dated 1833–34 that established his reputation depicted the Tokkaido road between Edo (modern Tokyo) and the imperial capital, Kyoto. Their humor and humanity made Hiroshige’s views of the 53 waystations immensely popular.
$110 ($140 evening)
$170 ($200 evening)
Space is limited. Passes are sold for the ten-lecture series and are nonrefundable and not interchangeable with other series. Advance registration required. Registrations are processed in the order they are received.
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