Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾 北斎
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Poem by Gon-Chunagon Masafusa (Oe no Masafusa)$92 – $128
Katsushika Hokusai’s “Poem by Gon-Chunagon Masafusa” (1921) is a stunning example of his ukiyo-e artistry. This woodblock print vividly portrays a contemplative moment from classical Japanese poetry. Hokusai’s meticulous craftsmanship and intricate details bring to life the beauty and emotion of a bygone era, making it a timeless masterpiece. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Poem by Lady Akazome Emon Poem by Sosei Hoshi$92 – $128
“Poem by Lady Akazome Emon” (1921) and “Poem by Sosei Hoshi” are two exquisite woodblock prints by Katsushika Hokusai, renowned for his ukiyo-e art. These prints capture the essence of Edo-era Japan, showcasing the delicacy of traditional poetry and the beauty of nature, all with Hokusai’s signature attention to detail and vibrant colors. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Poem by Sosei Hoshi$92 – $128
Sosei Hoshi’s poem (1921), featured in Katsushika Hokusai’s series “One Hundred Poems Explained by a Wet Nurse,” reflects delicate emotions and the passage of time. The verse is a graceful exploration of love and longing, as experienced in the transient beauty of nature. Hokusai’s art adds depth to this poetic gem. Image: Art Institute Chicago.