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Poem By Chunagon Yakamochi - Katsushika Hokusai - Japanese Woodcut Ukiyo-e Painting - Framed Prints

This print is from the series of 'One Hundred Poems Narrated by the Nurse', which was published between 1835 and 1838: the last major production of woodblock prints by Hokusai. After that, the artist focused on Japanese traditional paintings until his death.

The aim of this series was to make authentic writings of 'Hyakunin-isshu' (a collection of Tanka poems from 7th-13th century) easy to understand. The prints create an intimate atmosphere, which is referenced in the title of this series, making it seem as if the poems are being relayed by a foster mother.

Hokusai created 100 designs in total, however, only 27 images were published due to the publisher's bankruptcy.

In this print, Chinese boats moored near a rugged coast, with magpies flying in the sky and a poem by Chunagon Yakamochi in the square cartouche in the top right corner.

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