Mount Fuji volcano Japanese print

Size: 40x60 cm
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" Storm under the summit" by Katsushika Hokusai

This reproduction print depicting Mount Fuji in a volcanic, stormy guise is actually a work by one of Japan's greatest ukiyo-e masters. The painting is called "The Storm Under the Summit" and belongs to a series of prints entitled "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" that Hokusai produced in the 1830s.

As with all the paintings in this series, the famous Prussian blue in the sky contrasts with the clouds on the volcano's horizon. But it's the red of the volcano that gives this painting its color and character, making it look dangerous and powerful against the small backdrop.

The writing on the left is the painting's title and Hokusai's signature.

ATTENTION: The frame is not supplied with the canvas, so we leave 4 to 5 centimeters of margin on each edge to be able to add reinforcement.

  • Material: This reproduction is a print on high-definition waterproof canvas made of cotton and polyester. This texture and the thickness of this paper are particularly suitable for the reproduction of prints, ensuring a high degree of fidelity to the original work.
  • Artistic movement: This print of Mount Fuji is part of ukiyo-e, an artistic movement from the Edo period (1603-1868) that can be translated as "image of the floating world".
  • Style: Japanese landscape
  • Colors: The main color of this canvas is red. Prussian blue, present to a lesser extent, calms the painting's warm colors.
  • Year of production (original): 1831-1833
  • Painter (original): Katsushika Hokusai

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