Katsushika Hokusai's Umezawa in Sagami Provinceis one of his stunning works from his popular series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. Hokusai has vividly portrayed this woodblock print bringing an amazing amalgamation of Mount Fuji and the cranes which are traditionally believed a sign to symbolize good fortune.
In this woodblock print, Hokusai has highlighted the place Umezawa which was situated in the lower part of Mount Fuji. He has captured the tranquility of an amazing landscape having a scenario in the mountainous area. The clouds are serenely flying over the vicinity having cold and misty weather. There are five cranes are standing in the lower part on the other hand two cranes are flying even higher than the clouds which fabricates a heavenly atmosphere.
Hokusai has projected the Aizuri technique in portraying this amazing consolidation of the natural creations; the great Mount Fuji, red-crowned cranes, misty clouds, blue waters, and so forth. He has artistically created this woodblock print which has the sheer capability to transcend the limitations of time and place.
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Our new canvas prints are are professionally framed creating an elegant and upscale look ready to hang right out of the box. No more unfinished raw canvas wrapped edges. You have the best of both a beautifully crafted wood frame and the texture of canvas
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