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Ando Hiroshige
Edo Period (17th-19th centuries) Graphic Arts
(Tokyo, Japan, 1797 - October 12, 1858, Tokyo, Japan)

Ando Hiroshige was born Ando Tokutaro. He was born in Edo (Tokyo) as the son of a samurai and fireman. At the age of twelve, both his parents died. Two years later, in 1811, the young Hiroshige received a chance to join the famous Utagawa painting school. At that time, the ukiyo-e master Toyohiro Utagawa was the head of the studio. In 1812 he was formally allowed to take the name Utagawa. From then on he called himself Utagawa Hiroshige. In the ukiyo-e literature he is usually referenced as Hiroshige Ando.


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