Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) was one of the greatest Japanese masters of the Japanese color wood block prints known as ukiyo-e (prints from thefloating world)
Hireshige was especially noted for his landscapes. These needlepoint canvases comes from his "Journey to the 60-odd Provinces: which was done from 1854-56. It represents views from all corners of Japan.
Hiroshige's prints greatly influenced European artists including Toulouse-Lautrec and Vincent van Gogh when they were first brought to Europe in the late 19th century.
18 mesh Zwiegart canvases with Hiroshige landscapes optimized to be “stitcher friendly.” Each hand-crafted canvas comes with a free art print (a $ 14.95 value) printed on archival paper which can be used as a stitching guide as well as a framed print.
Folded Notecards are available of all images on premium archival cardstock. Size: 4.62 x 6.25 inches (folded). Packages of 4 (with envelopes) at $ 9.95 per package.