Description The story of Ishikawa Heisuke, who is depicted at Kameyama, is not known. Kameyama is one of the fifty-three stations along the Tokaido highway between Kyoto and Edo (Old Tokyo). After the great popular success of Hiroshige's views of the fifty-three stopping places, many print-makers turned out prints that were variations on the theme.
Provenance Robert S. Shaull [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, 1990, by bequest.
Credit Bequest of Robert S. Shaull, 1990
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