Channel your inner artist and recreate the artwork of one of the most famous artist in history, Hokusai. This coloring book is printed on thick, high-quality paper, allowing you to use any medium you like. Pencils, watercolors, paint, ink, there is no limit to your creativity.
Includes 12 masterpieces:
Act VIII, the Journey Scene - 1801
Cuckoo and Azaleas - 1834
Dragon - 1834
Fine Wind, Clear Morning (Red Fuji) - 1830-32
Fuji from Gotenyama at Shinagawa on the Tōkaidō - 1832
Kirifuri Waterfall at Kurokami Mountain in Shimotsuke - 1832
Peonies and Canary - 1834
Tenma Bridge - 1833-34
The Great Wave off Kanagawa - 1829-32
Waiting Nets - 1832-34
Watanabe no Gengo Tsuna and Inokuma Nyûdô Raiun - 1833-35
Whaling off the Coast of the Goto Islands - 1831-33
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About Hokusai Hokusai's work transformed the ukiyo-e artform from a style of portraiture largely focused on courtesans and actors into a much broader style of art that focused on landscapes, plants, and animals. Over his career, Hokusai used more than 30 different names, always beginning a new cycle of works by changing it, and letting his students use the previous name.