Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849 Japanese)

Japanese painter and wood engraver, born in Edo (now Tokyo). He is considered one of the outstanding figures of the Ukiyo-e, or "pictures of the floating world" (everyday life), school of printmaking. He produced a vast number of book illustrations and color prints, perhaps as many as 30,000, that drew their inspiration from the traditions, legends, and lives of the Japanese people.

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The Great Wave
Off Kanagawa
Mt Fuji at Dawn Mt Fuji from Kajikazawa
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Mt Fuji from the
Sumida River in Edo
Mt Fuji from Hodogaya Fuji from Kanaya
on the Tokaido Road
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Inume Pass in Kai Province Mt Fuji from a
Teahouse at Yoshida
Near Umezawa Manor
in Sagami Province
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Sekiya Village on
the Sumida River
The Amida Waterfall
on the Kiso Road
Cuckoo and Azaleas
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