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Katsushika Hokusai

A Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period, Katsuhika Hokusai is one of the best artists known for being the author of the woodblock print series Thirty six VRead moreiews of Mount Fuji, which also includes the internationally iconic print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa. With amazing prints on wall murals by Photowall, the designs will surely make a statement in your room. Lovely designs to create lovely interiors.

A touch of Oriental art right in your own space

Asian inspired interior design evokes a vibe of tranquil and serenity. With most of us exposed to the fast paced lifestyle of the urban, it is nice to come home to a space that gives us the opportunity to keep our mind off from the stressful environment. With the artwork of Katsuhika Hokusai printed on your wall murals, you will be able to achieve the Asian design style right in your home. The wall mural designs are trademark of the ones that you see from the Land of the Rising Sun. With the use of the wall murals in your room, you will be able to create an Asian - inspired room that would be of great help to make your mind and body calm and tranquil. Your home will achieve harmony and balance, of course with the addition of few distinct decorations. The works of Katsuhika Hokusai are largely inspired by the colors of nature and feature landscape and nature. They reinterpret natural colors to blend well to the interior. The wall murals can be a great backdrop as they can be soothing and offer a relaxed and laid back ambiance.

About Katsuhika Hokusai

Katsuhika Hokusai (October 31, 1760 - may 10, 1849) was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period. He was able to produce a colossal volume of around 30, 000 works during his lifetime, The Great Wave woodblock print wasn’t produced until 60 years after he first started creating art. During the height of his career, the strict policies of the Japanese government prevented any import or export of goods, and likewise forbade free movement of its people and foreigners wanting to exit or gain entry to the country. In 1850s, Japan finally opened its borders and Europeans widely embraced the Japanese art, especially the works of Hokusai. His artworks went to some of the most renowned western artists in history, including Claude Monet. During the early years of Hokusai’s career, he was considered to be the leading designer in dioramas, made especially as toys for children. He also created a lot of board games, which often featured small landscape designs. Hokusai was able to create a series of images for aspiring artists to copy and these were compiled into a best-selling book titled Hokusai Manga, and document one of the earliest forms of Manga art. Hokusai was also the creator of the Thirty - six Views of Mount Fuji, a series of landscape prints. The series feature Mount Fuji from different locations and in various seasons and weather conditions. It actually consist of 46 prints, with 10 of them being added after the initial publication. This series was produced from 1830 - 1832 during which Hokusai was on his seventies and practically at the height of his career. These were then published by Nishimura Yohachi. During those times, Mount Fuji was a popular subject for Japanese art due to its cultural and religious significance. The belief can be traced to The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, where a goddess deposits the elixir of life on the peak.
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