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Subjects : Landscape, World culture
Keywords : Libra, Virgo, field, flower, mountain, sign of the zodiac
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View of Mt. Fuji from an Azalea Garden

The Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (??????, Fugaku-sanj?rokkei?) are a series of forty-six prints by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), published between 1831 and 1833. They depict Mount Fuji from different locations, depending on the season. This series is very famous today because it marks the integration of Western modes of representation, and in particular the perspective used in Western painting, into the themes of Japanese tradition (the oldest of the many artistic representations of Mount Fuji appears to date from the 11th century). Mount Fuji had already appeared several times in Hokusai's work, as in the Travellers at Enoshima, or in an 1805 surimono between cherry blossom trees. Around 1830, Hokusai probably contacted the publisher Nishimuraya Yoachi to submit his plan to engrave a series of large landscape prints on this unique theme. Ten prints were first published, including The Great Wave of Kanagawa, Fuji on a Clear Day and Storm under the Summit, often considered to be the three most famous Japanese prints and an immediate success. Although this series is called Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, it actually comprises forty-six plates, including : Fuji seen from Shichirigahama beach in Sagami province, Measuring a cedar tree at Mishima pass in Kai province, The ferry on the Sumida at Onmayagashi, with Ryogoku bridge in the distance, People admiring Mount Fuji from a teahouse in Yoshida, People on the balcony of Gohyakurakan temple and Mount Fuji and Edo castle seen [...]


This artwork is a poster from the modern period. It belongs to the japanese print style.


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