Utagawa Hiroshige II (二代目歌川広重) (artist late 1820s - late 1860s)

True View of Tateyama in Etchū (Etchū Tateyama shinkei - 越中立山真景) from the series One Hundred Views of Famous Places in the Provinces (Shokoku meisho hyakkei - 諸国名所百景)


9.5 in x 14.25 in (Overall dimensions) Japanese woodblock print

Signed: Hiroshige ga (広重画)
Publisher: Uoya Eikichi
(Marks 442 - seal 24-008)
Combined date and censor seal: 9/1859 and aratame
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
British Museum
Edo-Tokyo Museum
National Diet Library
Google map - Tateyama is seen in the right-center
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - a similar, but horizontal, print of this scene by Hiroshige I from 1858
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - An 1834 horizontal landscape by Hokkei of this same scene

This print is by Hiroshige II. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston refers to this publisher as Uoya Eikichi. Marks says it should be Sakanaya Eikichi.
Sakanaya Eikichi (魚屋栄吉) (publisher)
landscape prints (sansui ga - 山水画) (genre)