Katsushika Hokusai: Buncho Kobushi no hana (Ca. 1970)
Woodblock(reprint), Published by Unsodo – Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) – “Buncho Kobushi no hana (Ca. 1970)”- Heisei period (1989-2020)
The condition is good condition! Please read the full description down here
Size image 357 x 233 mm
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The true value of Hokusai Art, 36 views of Togashi
Katsushika Hokusai was active in many fields, including actor paintings and reading illustrations.
He also studied a wide range of Chinese and Western techniques, and made full use of shadow and perspective methods.
Scenic paintings will eventually include the “Thirty-six Views of Togashi”, which includes the masterpiece “Kaifu Sunny” (Akafuji).
It was a great success. Hokusai’s work has had a major impact on Western painters
Is still one of the most famous Japanese painters in the world.
The print it self is in good condition. Good hard colors in the magnolia. At the back there are some left over glue, from where it was connected to the folder.
within the margin : 357 x 233 mm
Full paper size : 383 x 260 mm
First one published in 1834. This one is from around 1970.
Title :(文鳥辛夷花 Buncho kobushi no hana )
Please see the picture to convince yourself.
Will be carefully packed between cardboard plates to make folding impossible and send with track en trace with insurance