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This reproduction is a new, individually printed and proofed, superior quality, giclee* process, fine art print.

It is printed on 100% cotton rag acid-free, heavyweight fine art paper with a luxurious textured watercolor paper finish and archival pigment inks to ensure permanence.

A full size reproduction at Hokusai's actual dimensions of 15.2 x 10.2 inches printed on larger 17 x 13 inch paper to allow ample borders for matting and framing.

No other Japanese print is as widely recognized as Hokusai’s Great Wave, one of woodcuts from the series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji. Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) was the most famous and prolific of the ukiyo-e artists (“pictures of the floating world” – woodcut scenes of landscapes, everyday sights, portraits of actors and geishas). His body of work has established him as the master of this uniquely Japanese art form.

This marvelous image captures the instant before a huge wave, topped with foam and is about to break on the small boats below. The fishermen are swept up powerless in the instant before the raging wall of water breaks over them.

Reproduction - Heavyweight Fine Art Paper, watercolor texture surface & archival pigment inks. Original Medium: Woodcut with colored inks on paper

NOTE: The Da Vinci Art Prints watermark on this image is for computer viewing only and of course NOT on the actual print.

PayPal only please. Prints ship in a heavy protective cardboard tube.

**the giclee process produces a high quality, fine art reproduction from a high-resolution digital file of an image. The file is then printed with a high-resolution photo generation printer on a fine art paper. Most artists and working photographers today use the giclee process to produce reproductions of their original artwork and photographs.

As with any original art or fine art reproduction, it is recommended that prints are framed and displayed under glass to prevent color fade or shift over the years.

Japanese Art. Fine Art Reproduction. The Great Wave at Kanagawa, c.1830 by Hokusai. Fine Art Print

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  • Materials: heavyweight art paper, watercolor texture surface, pigment archival inks, cardboard mailing tube, heavy cardboard tube
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