"the Great Wave" By Hokusai Japanese Art Surfing Print




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"the Great Wave" By Hokusai Japanese Art Surfing Print:
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Type: Classic Japanese Art Print Title: "The Great Wave Off Kanagawa" Size: 24" x 34"
This is a Classic Art Print based on "The Great Wave Off Kanagawa" by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849). Hokusai was a Japanese artist, master ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Japanese Edo period. In his time, he was considered Japan's leading expert on Chinese painting. Hokusai is best-known as the author of the woodblock print series "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" which includes the iconic print "The Great Wave off Kanagawa", created during the 1820s. This Art Print which evokes the vivid images of a simpler time, is a custom reproduction printed on Heavyweight Japanese Enhanced Matte Art Paper using Ultrachrome Archival inks. Suitable for framing, mounting or direct display, this stunning print has vivid colors and a very lively presence.

"the Great Wave" By Hokusai Japanese Art Surfing Print:
$19

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