Stock Photo - Kambara, 15th Station On Tokaido Road, 1830s. Kanbara. Travelers walking in the snow at night at the Kanbara station on the Tokaido Road. Ukiyo-e (picture of the floating world) is a genre of Japanese art which flourished from the 17th through 19th centuries. Ukiyo-e was central to forming the West's perception of Japanese art in the late 19th century. The landscape genre has come to dominate Western perceptions of ukiyo-e. The Japanese landscape differed from the Western tradition in that it relied more heavily on imagination, composition, and atmosphere than on strict observance of nature. From the series: Tokaido goju santsugi no uchi 53 stations of the Tokaido Road. Utagawa Hiroshige, circa 1833-36.

Stock Photo: Kambara, 15th Station On Tokaido Road, 1830s. Kanbara. Travelers walking in the snow at night at the Kanbara station on the Tokaido Road.

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