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The 36 views of the mount fuji is the most famous Japanese woodblock print series and comes from the hand of the artist HOKUSAI Katsushika. 'The Great Wave of Kanagawa' and the ‘Red Fuji’ are also a part of this series, which was created in the 1830, and especially well-known in the western world. Each piece depicts the mountain Mount Fuji (omote Fuji), mostly with the view from the capital city Edo, now Tokyo. In 1831/32 additional 10 copies were published so that the series comprises a total of 46 sheets. These views show the mountain from the back side (ura Fuji).
In 1829 Hokusai was almost 70 years old when he made the first sketches for this series and it seemed that it seems that he was aware of the meaning of the images. In the preface to hisEhon ‘The Hundred Views of Mount Fuji’ he wrote that nothing has to be mentioned in his 70 years of life before the appearance of the ‘36 Views of Mount Fuji’.
Included are the works with the folowing titel:
1. Title: ‘The Great Wave of Kanagawa’ – 神奈川沖浪裏 (Kanagawa-oki nami-ura)
2. Title: ‘South Wind, Clear Sky’- also known as ?Red Fuji“ - 凱風快晴 (Gaifu kaisei)
3. Title: ‘Rainstorm Beneath the Summit’ – 山下白雨 (Sanka haku-u)
4. Title: ‘Under Mannen Bridge at Fukagawa’ – 深川万年橋下 (Fukagawa Mannen-bashi no shita)
Condition: Partly with stains
5. Title: ‘Sundai in Edo’ – 東都駿台 (Toto sundai)
6. Title: ‘Cushion Pine at Aoyama’ – 青山円座松 (Aoyama enza-no-matsu)
7. Title: ‘Senju in the Musashi Province’ – 武州千住 (Bushu Senju)
8. Title: ‘Tama River in Musashi Province’ – 武州玉川 (Bushu Tamagawa)
9. Title: ‘Inume Pass, Kōshū’ – 甲州犬目峠 (Koshu inume-toge)
10. Title: ‘Fuji View Field in Owari Province’ – 尾州不二見原 (Bishu Fujimigahara)
11. Title: ‘Tsukuda Island in Musashi Province’ – 武陽佃島 (Buyo Tsukuda-jima)
12. Title: ‘Shichiri beach in Sagami Province’ – 相州七里浜 (Soshu Shichiri-ga-hama)
13. Title: ‘Umezawa in Sagami Province’ – 相州梅沢庄 (Soshu umezawa-no-sho (no-zai)
14. Title: ‘Kajikazawa in Kai Province’ – 甲州石班沢 (Koshu Kajikazawa)
15. Title: ‘Mishima Pass in Kai Province’ – 甲州三嶌越 (Koshu Mishima-goe)
16. Title: ‘Lake Suwa in Shinano Province’ – 信州諏訪湖 (Shinshū Suwa-ko)
Zustand: Partiell etwas fleckig
17. Title: ‘Ejiri in Suruga Province’ – 駿州江尻 (Sunshu Ejiri)
18. Title: ‘Mount Fuji from the mountains of Tōtōmi’ – 遠江山中(Totomi sanchu)
19. Title: ‘Ushibori in Hitachi Province’ – 常州牛掘(Joshu Ushibori)
20. Title: ‘Sunset across the Ryōgoku bridge from the bank of the Sumida River at Onmayagashi’ – 御厩川岸より両国橋夕陽見 (Onmayagashi yori Ryogoku-bashi yuhimioderOnmayagashi yori Ryogoku-bashi no sekiyo o miru)
21. Title: ‘Sazai hall - Temple of Five Hundred Rakan’ – 五百らかん寺さざゐどう (Gohyaku-Rakanji Sazai-do)
22. Title: ‘Tea house at Koishikawa. The morning after a snowfall’ – 礫川雪の旦 (Koishikawa yuki no ashita)
23. Title: ‘Below Meguro’ – 下目黒(Shimo- Meguro)
24. Title: ‘Watermill at Onden’ – 隠田の水車 (Onden no suisha)
25. Title: ‘Enoshima in Sagami Province’ – 相州江の島 (Soshu Enoshima)
26. Title: ‘Shore of Tago Bay, Ejiri at Tōkaidō - a cursory sketch’ – 東海道江尻田子の浦略図 (Tokaido Ejiri Tago-no-ura ryakuzu)
27. Title: ‘Yoshida at Tōkaidō - (Besucher des Teehauses Fujimi chaya)’ – 東海道吉田 (Tokaido Yoshida)
28. Title: ‘Nihonbashi bridge in Edo’ – 江戸日本橋 (Edo Nihon-bashi)
29. Title: ‘Bay of Noboto’ – 登戸浦 (Nobuto-ura)
Although the proper academic reading of the character 登 is nobo (ru), however this place is not called Noboto but Nobuto and now belongs to the city of Chiba southeast of Tokyo.
30. Title: ‘The lake of Hakone in Sagami Province’ – 相州箱根湖水(Soshu Hakone kosui)
31. Title: ‘Mount Fuji reflects in Lake Kawaguchi, seen from the Misaka Pass in Kai Province’ – 甲州三坂水面 (Koshu Misaka suimen)
32. Title: ‘Goten-yama-hill, Shinagawa on the Tōkaidō’ – 東海道品川御殿山の不二 (Tokaido Shinagawa Gotenyama no Fuji)
33. Title: ‘ōno Shinden in the Suruga Province’ – 駿州大野新田 (Sunshu Ono-shinden)
34. Title: ‘The Tea plantation of Katakura in Suruga Province’ – 駿州片倉茶園の不二 (Sunshu Katakura chaen no Fuji)
35. Title: ‘The Fuji from Kanaya on the Tōkaidō’ – 東海道金谷の不二 (Tokaido Kanaya no Fuji)
36. Title: ‘Climbing on Fuji’ – 諸人登山 (Shojin tozan)
The complete series is in good condition with partly slight signs of age and wear. All sheets are in good condition and show best color freshness. Each print has the dimension of c. 25.5 x 37 cm.
KATSUSHIKA Hokusai (1760 - 1849)
KATSUSHIKA Hokusai, one of the most important representatives of the Ukiyo-e genre, became renowned for his independent style, which is exhibited in the famous woodblock print series ‘Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji’. In his younger years, at the age of 18, he learned and perfected the art of color woodblock printing, working in a workshop with the Ukiyo-e master Katsukawa Shunshō, founder of the Katsukawa School. Hokusai’s first works, which are characterized by the delicate personal features of the sitters, date back to the year 1779. Due to Japan’s isolation from the outside world, Hokusai's art was at first only distributed within his home country. In the mid-19th century Dutch merchants brought his works to Europe, where they became a source of inspiration for various artists and movements, such as the Art Nouveau.
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