Akita Tsuchizaki (From The Series Souvenirs Of Travel) - Kawase Hasui - Japanese Woodblock Ukiyo-e Art Painting Print - Posters
Hasui worked as a full-time woodblock designer. His job did not make him rich. But he was proud that he could make a living from the income he received from his art. Hasui was paid a fixed amount per design. And if a special design sold well, the publisher Watanabe paid a part of the additional income to the artists.
Hasui Kawase had lost his home two times during his lifetime. The first time was after the Great Kanto Earthquake when his house became a victim of the fires - just like Watanabe's print shop. And the second time Hasui lost his home in the bombing raids of Tokyo during world war II.
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