The Back Of Fuji From The Minobu River - Katsushika Hokusai - Japanese Woodcut Ukiyo-e Painting - Posters
In the painting, the travellers are likely to be headed to the temple. They are all surrounded by the overlapping waves and the rugged rocky-mountains. The wave droplets are drawn with white small points that refreshes the Ukiyo-e screen. Hokusai utilizes the technique of Nishiki-e of wood print art. The entire impression of the wood block print art, which Hukosai learned when he was only six-years-old and later on at fourteen years-old as an apprentice at the bookshop and library, is used in this print to depict the dark brown of Mount Fuji.
Katsushika Hokusai, also known as Hokusai is a Japanese ukiyo-e painter who focused on lithographs produced in japan using a technique of wooden blocks between the seventeenth and the twentieth centuries. Most of his paintings were landscapes, historical scenes or theatrical/delightful scenes.
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