Art on Tuesday: Vincent van Gogh and Andô Hiroshige

Japan Kaleidoskop

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 Blooming Plumtree (1887) is Vincent van Gogh’s interpretation of a famous woodblock print of Andô Hiroshige.

Ando_Hiroshige_-_Plum_GardenKameido Ume — Japanese Apricot Garden (1857). It is from the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo of Andô Hiroshige.

More about Van Gogh and Japonism can be found in the Van Gogh Gallery.

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