Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set

Complete set of 36 Views of Mount Fuji (Plus 10) Woodblock Print Collection. (46 artworks in total). Title: Fugaku Sanju-Roku Kei Thirty Six Views of Mt. Fugaku Sanju-roku kei, or Thirty Six Views of Mt. Fuji, is said to be the first perspective Japanese woodblock print (with few exceptions from the set) and composed of 46 known woodblock prints issued between 18311833. Originally 36 with 10 later added due to its popularity. In an era of non-perspective drawings, the artists achievement of using perspective is appraised. Because this series only uses 4-5 wood plates to complete one piece, which is few for woodblock print, the final quality and portraying the intended dynamics depends on the woodblock carver and printers dexterous craftsmanship. Printing method: Hand printed woodblock print. Paper: Japanese washi paper. Wood block: Cherry blossom wood. Dimensions of artwork: 14″ x 9 3/8″. Base paper dimensions: 15 x 10 3/8. Dimensions of protecting sleeves: 16 1/2″ x 11 1/4″. Carrying box outside dimensions: 17″ x 11 1/2″. Total Weight: approx 6 lbs 8 oz. Includes explanation of artworks in Japanese and English. Comes with fabric-covered folding carrying/storage case. Condition: Carrying/Storage case shows some slight signs of age but is very well preserved. All art work inside is immaculate. Each piece of artwork is individually stored is its own protective paper similar paper to that of the artwork itself. The Hokusai foundation website describes the original work from the late 1800′s as well as various replicas from early 1900′s. This set compares extremely well in terms of detail to the original artwork and shows stunningly vibrant and powerful colors colors. An amazing work of art. Art works included in this set. The Great Wave off Kanagawa. South Wind, Clear Sky. Rainstorm Beneath the Summit. Under Mannen Bridge at Fukagawa. Sundai, Edo / Toto sundai. Cushion Pine at Aoyama / Aoyama enza-no-matsu. Senju, Musashi Province / Bushu Senju. Inume Pass, Koshu / Koshu inume-toge. Fuji View Field in Owari Province. Ejiri in Suruga Province. A sketch of the Mitsui shop in Suruga in Edo / Koto Suruga-cho Mitsui Miseryakuzu. Sunset across the Ryogoku bridge from the bank of the Sumida River at Onmayagashi. Sazai hall – Temple of Five Hundred Rakan. Tea house at Koishikawa. The morning after a snowfall / Koishikawa yuki no ashita. Watermill at Onden / Onden no suisha. Enoshima in Sagami Province / Soshu Enoshima. Shore of Tago Bay, Ejiri at Tokaido. The Kazusa Province sea route. Nihonbashi bridge in Edo / Edo Nihon-bashi. Barrier Town on the Sumida River / Sumidagawa Sekiya no sato. Bay of Noboto [heavy foxing]. The lake of Hakone in Sagami Province / Soshu Hakone kosui. Mount Fuji reflects in Lake Kawaguchi, seen from the Misaka Pass in Kai Province. Hodogaya on the Tokaido. Tama River in Musashi Province. Asakusa Hongan-ji temple in the Eastern capital / Toto Asakusa honganji. Tsukuda Island in Musashi Province / Buyo Tsukuda-jima. Shichiri beach in Sagami Province. Umezawa in Sagami Province. Kajikazawa in Kai Province. Mishima Pass in Kai Province / Koshu Mishima-goe. Mount Fuji from the mountains of Totomi / Totomi sanchu. A View of Mount Fuji Across Lake Suwa. Ushibori in Hitachi Province / Joshu Ushibori. With Ten Additional Views. Goten-yama-hill, Shinagawa on the Tokaido. Honjo Tatekawa, the timberyard at Honjo, Sumida. Pleasure District at Senju. Nakahara in Sagami Province [heavy foxing]. Ono Shinden in Suruga Province. The Tea plantation of Katakura in Suruga Province. The Fuji from Kanaya on the Tokaido. Dawn at Isawa in Kai Province. The back of Fuji from the Minobu river. The item “Hokusai Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji & Ten Additional Views Woodblock Print Set” is in sale since Wednesday, May 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “rebanncollection” and is located in Boston. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Type: Woodblock Print
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: 1900-1940 (est.)
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Maker: Hokusai
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Reproduction
  • Color: Multi-Color

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