When I saw this my mouth fell open and I just stared. It's stunningly beautiful. I know it's not a perfect scan but I can fill in the blanks. The way the blue is and the light, it reminds me of Maxfield Parrish. So does the picture below. They are all by the guy in the title. I didn't know him. I had a brief flirtation with Ukiyo-e in the 80's but after really liking Hiroshige and his One Hundred Views of Edo and a couple of other artists I never followed up and learned more. Too many. Art an expensive hobby. Tonight I was looking at some Japanese stamp sites. I think occasionally I might like to get back to adding to my Japanese stamp album but that's another expensive hobby even on a small scale. Cuts into the number of dvd's one can buy. Better look at the pictures and save them electronically. Less space and nearly no cost. Your time. First I came across this page by some Ukiyo-e dealer that also sells sets of stamps that depict woodblock prints. Then I looked at their Gallery of real prints for sale. This is page one of 9 pages of very interesting and often pricey items. The first guy up on page one? Hasui. Now he's an Ukiyo-e artist of the Shin Hanga movement. It literally means New Prints and they were modern artists working from about 1910 to 1960. I did a look on Amazon and there is a $499 book that going for 20 percent off. It collects all 567 of his prints. Here's a site that has most of them. Many are very nice. Himeji Castle has always been a favorite in just about any picture, even one without Godzilla.