Melbourne in the style of Hiroshige


Click through to see 8 Melbourne scenes in the style of Hiroshige, plus a slideshow. I have tried to imagine how Hiroshige (1797-1858) may have shown these scenes if he was alive today.

Prints – Archival quality limited edition giclee prints available – professionally printed on 350gsm photorag etching paper, mounted in imported acid-free mats (white with black edge) on Eskaprint backing card, packed in clear show bags

$55 for 10″x10″ and $75 for 14″x14″ (external mat measures)

Frames (NZ only) – Black thin profile frames are available for the 10″x10″ images at near cost – $35. Framed 14″x14″ prints may be available at +$45 per frame – if not in stock, I will steer you to supplier/s, or there will be a short delay if I restock frames (they are custom-made)

(can I recommend to NZ people that you ask for frames also, these sizes are a bit bespoke now (used to be standard UR1 (Aus) supply at Briscoes, but no longer), so I supply frames at near cost to assist. Totally up to you of course)

Email – alistairsart@gmail.com (numbers and titles below the Gallery).

Postage extra at standard NZPost rates. I may be able to deliver to the Wellington CBD case by case (+$5 for parking!) or someone could collect from Paremata, Porirua – also, posting glass is very possible but collection would be better
(Resolution reduced to 860px on some images shown)

Melb1 – Windy Day at St Kilda Pavilion

Melb2 – Bathing Sheds, Brighton Beach

Melb3 – Moonrise at Princes Bridge

Melb4 – Great Wave at Port Phillip Bay

Melb5 – Bourke Street Mall

Melb6 – Flinders Street Station & Tram

Melb7 – Early Morning on the Yarra River

Melb8 – Sunset on the Yarra River

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