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Hashimono Sadahide

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A disciple of Utagawa Kunisada I. He first worked on illustrations for gokan (combining volumes) and yomihon (illustrated novels). From the Tenpo Era (1830-1844) onward he worked on a large number of nishiki-e (brocade pictures), particularly specializing in bird's-eye view images. Known as the leading Yokohama-e (prints depicting foreigners at the port of Yokohama) artist.
Active period
Bunsei 9(1826)-Meiji 8(1875)?
Other Name(s)
Gyokuransai, Gountei, Gyokuo

portrait of Hashimono Sadahide

Source:Ukiyoeshi 1(4)