Subject:Re: No34. Japanese woodblock. Artist & subject?
Posted By: Stan Sat, Jan 27, 2018
It might be Hiroshige III. I thought I identified it as the center panel of a triptych from his "Famous Places in Tokyo" series of triptychs. Here is an example of one from the series (a different bridge; Yanagi) at the Fine Art Museums of San Francisco:
However, the cartouches don't match. I took a shot.
If you want to see what the Yorozuyo bridge looks like, Kunitoshi did a triptych of it. Here it is at the Boston MFA: