BD. Edmund Blunden

10. ‘Hiroshige as Humorist: A Little Known Aspect of the Famous Artist’. Japan Advertiser, 22 August 1926, p. 6.

An essay generally dismissive of the comic prints of Hiroshige (Ap): ‘There is nothing astonishing in their quality, nor do they suggest that Hiroshige if rightly understood might be ranked with Phil May as a comic artist’. Includes allusion to the Japanese folktale ‘Momotarô’. Reprinted as ‘On Some Humorous Prints of Hiroshige’ in 42.






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