Perhaps the Editor is feeling generous.
Flipped Again mentioned The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tōkaidō by Ukiyo-e artist Hirosage but didn't bother to post a picture on the Toward Japonism post.
The Tōkaidō was the main road from Shogunate-controlled Edo to the Imperial city of Kyoto.
|36th station : Akasaka 1832|
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright collected Hiroshige's prints.
He described his prints as some of "the most valuable contributions ever made to the art of the world."