Artist: Ando Hiroshige
Format: Oban tateye Wood cut
Classifications: ukiyo-e artist
This is the first painting: Ichikobu Bridge in the Eastern Capital
This is the 10th painting: Twilight Hill at Meguro in the Eastern Capital
This is the 15th painting: Noge and Yokohama in Musashi Province
This is the 23rd painting: The Sea of Satta in Suruga Province
This is the 33rd painting: Kogane Plain in Shimosa Province
What I think is interesting:
The artist's father was a "hereditary retainer" of the shogun. The artist was a fire fighter (protecting Edo Castle from fire) and lived in a barracks with 30 other samurai. He likely did art to supplement his income.
The same subject was depicted earlier by the artist Katsushika Hokusai. One of his 36 views of Mount Fuji became famous: The Great Wave off Kanagawa.
I don't think of wood block typically being so colorful and detailed in this way. . .