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Gift: Spotted Lilies.
19th c Japanese Ukiyo-e Graphic Arts

HIROSHIGE Ando (1797 - 1858)
19th c
Ink and color on paper
Woodblock print (uchiwa-e)
Color woodcut
Minneapolis. Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Fan print from a three-print set depicting flowers symbolic of wealth; prosperity; and longevity. Spotted lilies represent an alternative meaning of the ideograph for prosperity (roku) which can also mean 'gift'.

Caption: HIROSHIGE Ando | Gift: Spotted Lilies. | 1844 | Japanese | Ukiyo-e | ┬ęKathleen Cohen | minn1317
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