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东京大森山本的红梅

Utagawa Hiroshige II

“Red Plum at Ōmori Yamamoto in Tokyo”, from the series “Thirty-six Selected Flowers”, 1866, by Utagawa Hiroshige II (二代目 歌川広重, Ni-daime Utagawa Hiroshige, 1826–1869), birth name Shigenobu, a Japanese designer of ukiyo-e art who inherited the name Hiroshige II following the death in 1858 of his master Hiroshige (I), whose daughter he married.
In 1865 Hiiroshige II moved from Edo to Yokohama after dissolving his marriage and began using the name Kisai Risshō (喜斎立祥; alternate pronunciation: Ryūshō). His work so resembles that of his master that scholars have often confused them.
Another pupil of the first Hiroshige, Shigemasa, later married the master’s daughter, Otatsu, and also began using the name Hiroshige; this artist now is known as Hiroshige III.

“东京大森山本的红梅”,选自1866年《三十六花选》系列,作者:宇多川广重二世(二代目 歌川広重,二代目宇多川广重,1826-1869),生名重信,日本浮世绘艺术设计师,1858年其师父广重(一)去世后,继承了广重二世的名字,他娶了其女儿。
1865年,喜斎立祥二世在解除婚姻关系后从江户搬到了横滨,开始使用喜斎立祥这个名字。他的作品与他的师父非常相似,以至于学者们经常把他们混为一谈。
第一代广重的另一个学生重政,后来娶了大师的女儿大松,也开始使用广重这个名字;这位艺术家现在被称为广重三世。

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