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Describing the life and times of Katshushika Hokusai. Includes work analysis and a history of the period.
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Katsushika Hokusai was born in 1760, half-way through the Edo period (1603 - 1868) in Japan. He was born into one of the four classes in Japan (Samurai, then peasants, artisans and merchants); Hokusai was destined to become an artist. Ukiyo-e was at the time the most popular form of art in Japan. It involves woodblock printing in a very simple way; excluding such western principles such as perspective. The word Ukiyo-e is a pun on the Buddhist word for 'suffering world' which is also pronounced ukiyo. Literally translated Ukiyo-e means 'pictures of a floati…
- Describing the life and times of Katshushika Hokusai. Includes work analysis and a history of the period.
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