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  • Eight celebrated localities of the Omi province.
  • Eight views of Lake Biwa.
  • Eight views of Kanazawa.
  • Fuji no hiakuzu, 36 views of Fuji, 1820, mostly only in blue and green.
  • Tokaido fukei sogwa, views of the 53 stations of the Tokaido, 55 sheets, oblong folio.[1]
  • Tokaido, small, 1851?
  • Kinka shu, "Collection of beautiful flowers," views of Tokaido, 1858.
  • Kisokaido, views of the 69 stations of the mountain road from Kioto to Yedo in the interior, oblong folio.
  • Yehon Yedo miyage, "Souvenir of Yedo," scenes from Yedo, ten small volumes, about 1850. A hundred views of Yedo, 1856. Yamato jinbutsu, types and scenes from the streets of Yedo, 4 vols. 8vo, according to the four seasons. Yedo meisho hiakkei, the environs of Yedo, 120 sheets folio, one of his most beautiful series, 1820, 2 vols.
  • Kioto meisho.

Beside and after Hiroshige there remain but few masters to be mentioned. Yoshitoshi, the pupil of Kuniyoshi, is the last artist mentioned by Fenollosa (Catalogue, No. 447). Among his work is a hermit sitting in the snow under a roof of foliage, oblong. Kwa Setsu's well-known book of silhouettes, 33 sheets in folio (Burty, No. 716), dates from about 1840. Sugakudo distinguished himself by his representations of birds and flowers, the Shiki no Kwacho, Seasons of Birds and Flowers, which appeared in 1861 in folio (Burty Catalogue, No. 522). Lastly, Shofu Kiosai, the pupil of Hokusai, born in 1831, deserves to be mentioned on account of his humorous animal representations (see above p. 180; for a detailed account of him, see Brinckmann, 208 ff.). Anderson's Japanese Wood-Engraving (fig. 33) gives a reproduction from him. Shibata Zeshin is

  1. The ancient coast road from Kioto to Yedo, through Kanazawa, Odawara, Hakone, Nunazu, Shizuoka, Kakegawa, Hamamatsu, Okasaki, Miya, Minakuchi, &c.