Ukiyo-e Katsushika Hokusai Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji
Ukiyo-e Katsushika Hokusai Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji
Ukiyo-e Katsushika Hokusai Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji

Ukiyo-e Katsushika Hokusai Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji

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The wild waves that crumble while swirling and the mountains of Mt. Fuji standing far away. It features a dynamic composition that contrasts movement with tranquility and the perspective of Western painting. It depicts a man rounding himself without the art of doing it on a ship tossed by a large wave, a shattering wave head, and a large wave.

Echigo Washi Raw Paper
The finest handmade Washi paper made in Echizen, Fukui Prefecture, using high-quality woodblock print paper

Handrail Woodblock Print
a traditional printing technique in which a pattern engraved on a tree is colored on paper with a handrail for each color

Katsushika Hokusai's most important work, "Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji"
The theme was the appearance of Mt. Fuji, which changes in appearance depending on the place and time. Initially, it was scheduled to be completed with 36 figures as the name of the work, but because it gained popularity, 10 figures were added and it consisted of a total of 46 figures. (The first 36 figures are called Table Fuji, and the additional 10 figures are called Urafuji.) At the time of the publication of Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji, Hokusai was 72 years old. It is a masterpiece that makes you feel an insatiable desire to create even in old age.

Ukiyo-e ArtistKatsushika Hokusai
A famous ukiyo-e artist who was active in the late Edo period. Based on his outstanding depiction and creativity, he created 30,000 works in his lifetime, and left many masterpieces such as "Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji" and "Hokusai Manga.". His style had a great influence not only on Japan, but also on impressionist artists such as Van Gogh, as well as western craftsmen and musicians in the 19th century who were active in Japonism.
Picture: Tate 25cm× Yoko 37.5cm
Paper: Tate 27cm× 39cm
MaterialEchi-Mae Essukuri Hos written paper
SpecificationHandrail woodblock print / Can be framed separately (with dedicated mat)
Picture frame size: About 44cm ×56cm
Delivery time: 5 days
In 1899, "Long-established Handrail Craftsman Takenaka Woodblock Print", which inherits the flow of woodblock printing technology with a history of 1,200 years, was founded in Kyoto and has been involved in many woodblock printings that live in life.

"I want you to make wood-cut printing more fun and interesting. With that in their thoughts, craftsmen started "Takesasado", which proposes products using woodblock prints.