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Hi·ro·shi·ge(hîr′ō-shē′gā, hē′rô-shē′gĕ), Ando 1797-1858.
Japanese artist who captured the serenity of his country's landscape with his superbly composed color woodblock prints, including Fifty-three Stages of the Tokaido (1832).
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(Biography) Ando (ˈɑːndəʊ). 1797–1858, Japanese artist, esp of colour wood-block prints
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Hi•ro•shi•ge(ˌhɪər oʊˈʃi geɪ)
Ando, 1797–1858, Japanese painter.
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