Zôjô-ji Temple in Snow
“Yuki no Zôjô-ji” (Zôjô-ji Temple in Snow)
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Kawase Hasui: “Zôjô-ji Temple in Snow”


Kawase Hasui 川瀬 巴水 (1883-1957) – “Yuki no Zôjô-ji” (Zôjô-ji Temple in Snow) – Reiwa period (2019-present)

Light, snow and tranquility, like we are used From Master Kawase Hasui.

Size within the margin: 364 x 237 mm
Full paper size: 420 x 285 mm

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About the artist

Kawase Hasui (川瀬 巴水1883 – 1957) was a Japanese artist. One of the most prominent print designers of the shin-hanga movement, Kawase Hasui is possibly the most renowned Japanese landscape artist of the 20th century.
Kawase Hasui, a modern printmaker gave primacy to the mood of a place. Especially their persistent interest in depicting light characterizes the dreamlike atmosphere in their prints. Artists such as Kawase Hasui expressed a romantic yearning for nature, rural roots and the warm wooden architecture that was disappearing in urban Tokyo
Most of his woodblock were destroyed in a fire, the year before he died. The artist was declared a living National Treasure.


The work is in mint condition.

Publisher : Nakajima Shyo-bisya,
printed by master printer : Numabe who also prints the Yoshida prints



Size within the margin: 364 x 237 mm
Full paper size: 420 x 285 mm


Will be send worldwide between hardboard and carton plates to prevent any damage in transport.
With tracking post and insured.

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