Okabe Utsunoyama (Okabe: Mount Utsu), Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi no uchi (Station 21, from the Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido) (Hōeidō edition)

Utagawa (Andō) Hiroshige, Japanese, 1797 - 1858


about 1831-1834

Color woodblock print on Japanese paper

Impression: 9 × 14 in. (22.9 × 35.6 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of John C. Richardson, Class of 1941, in memory of his father, Edward C. Richardson, Class of 1905



Place Made: Japan, East Asia, Asia


19th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view

Exhibition History

A Space for Dialogue 90: A Feast for the Eyes and a Sacred Trek for the Feet, Journeys Along the Tokaido Highway, Alexandra H. Johnson, Class of 2015, Class of 1954 Intern, Main Lobby, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hamsphire, September 5-October 18, 2015.

Do You See What I See?, Katonah Gallery, Katonah, New York, January 5-March 5, 1990.

Publication History

"Do You See What I See?", Katonah Gallery Exhibition Catalogue

Alexandra H. Johnson, A Space for Dialogue 90, A Feast for the Eyes and a Sacred Trek for the Feet, Journeys Along the Tokaido Highway, Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 2015, checklist no. 7.

Published References

Hokusai and Hiroshige: Great Japanese Prints from the James A. Michener Collection, Honolulu Academy of Arts. (San Francisco: The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco in association with the Honolulu Academy of Arts and University of Washington Press, Seattle and London, 1998)


Probably collected by Edward Curtis Richardson (1881-1968), in Japan, 1920s; to his son, John Curtis Richardson (1919-2003), South Berwick, Maine, about 1968; given to present collection, 1972.

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