Ando Hiroshige, renamed Utagawa in 1832 Hiroshige is a Japanese painter and painter, especially popular with his landscapes. Considered to be the last master of the ukiyo-e style, meaning paintings of the floating world. These are drawings on wood characterized by sophistication, elegance and impressive color composition. He became very famous for his paintings depicting landscapes of snow and rain. He is featured in many of his best and most famous works, making him known as the "Rain, Snow and Fog Artist."