Hiroshige’s Flowers Coloring Cards
Flowers so close we can smell them, in the distance a cottage or tower. The woodcut printmaker Hiroshige II (1826–1869) borrowed this sharp division of foreground and background from his celebrated mentor, Hiroshige.
Contains two each of the following notecards:
Lilies at Senju in the Eastern Capital
Cherry Blossoms at Koganei in the Eastern Capital
Camellia at Ueno Shimotera in the Eastern Capital
Rabbit-Ear Irises at the Kinoshita River in the Eastern Capital
Hydrangea at the Flower Garden at Asakusa in the Eastern Capital
WARNING: Choking hazard—small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.