Painting Climbing on Fuji, by Katsushika Hokusai. An iconic piece of art in japan, ready to improve your interior design. An unique piece of art printed on high quality canvas with the uttermost technology magnifyed by its wooden border designed for japan aesthetism lovers by Utsukushii. A top product for top shoppers.
Materials: Canvas, wooden edging.
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30*45 cm ( 12*18 in ) – 19.90$ ( shipping included)
40*60 cm ( 16*24 in ) – 29.90$ ( shipping included)
50*75 cm ( 20*30 in ) – 34.90$ ( shipping included)
60*90 cm ( 24*36 in ) – 44.90$ ( shipping included)
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The paintings, or poster canvas, on Asia Emarket comes with a real wooden border, allowing it to be immediately manipulated by its buyer for a perfect aesthetic. Carefully printed with the most precise technology, its colours will reflect on your interior in harmony. The depth of printing, the solidity and the quality of the material, allow it to be waterproof. Our models can come up to five different sizes. Super 3D technology, deep impression through a process of pigmentation at the heart of a high-quality and durable canvas material. A perfect integration into the paper allows fans of Japanese aesthetics around the world to display an unique product, made with the utmost attention by Utsukishii Ltd. Real works of art for an unique interior decoration.
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About Ukyo E ?
The Ukyoe is a style of painting which flourished in Japan between 1700 and 1900. Very appreciated by all classes of the society during the Edo period, nowadays Tokyo, the distincts signs of its design are now considered as japanese pattern. Originally “ukyoe” means “painting of a floating world” and had different subjects of predilection related to japanese culture and tradition.
Contrary to most european painters, artists from ukyo were famous in Edo during their lifetime and they had to produce sometimes work for the shogun or for special events. They gain worldwide posterity later when Manet, Monet, and different impressionist artists found inspiration in their art.
Nature, fauna, flora, and one of its most telling symbols in the archipelago, the Mount Fuji, which has been continually reproduced, notably by two of the greatest masters of this art, Hokusai, to whom one owes the great wave of Kanagawa, and Hiroshige.
About the 36 views of Mount Fuji ?
Katsushika Hokusai [葛飾 北斎] Born in Edo, now Tokyo, in October 31, 1760 and died in May 10, 1849 was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period. (now Tokyo), Hokusai is best known as author of the woodblock print series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (富嶽三十六景 Fugaku Sanjūroku-kei, c. 1831)
The serie of the thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (富嶽三十六景) was produced from 1830 to 1832, when Hokusai was in his seventies and at the height of his career, and published by Nishimura Yohachi.
It’s a serie of landscape prints depicting Mount Fuji from different locations and in various seasons and weather conditions. Despite its name, it actually consists of 46 prints, with 10 of them being added after the initial publication. Among the prints are three of Hokusai’s most famous: The Great Wave off Kanagawa (or The Great Wave); Fine Wind, Clear Morning; and Rainstorm Beneath the Summit. The series has been described as the artist’s “indisputable colour-print masterpiece”. Read more on Wikipedia.
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