Kawase Hasui / 川瀬巴水

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Products of Kawase Hasui

  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.34 Wisteria at Kameido - Postcard
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.34 Wisteria at Kameido -
    $1.35

    Title : 亀戸の藤 (kameido no fuji / かめいど の ふじ / Wisteria at Kameido)
    A view of the Taiko (drum) Bridge at Kameido Tenjin in northern Koto-ku, Tokyo.
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.1 The Great Buddha of Kamakura Poster
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.1 The Great Buddha of Kamakura
    $28.40

    Title : 鎌倉大仏 (Kmakura Daibutsu / かまくら だいぶつ / The Great Buddha of Kamakura)
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.27 Snow at Mukōjima - Postcard
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.27 Snow at Mukōjima -
    $1.35

    Title : 雪の向島 (Yuki no Mukōjima / ゆき の むこうじま / Snow at Mukōjima) Mukojima is the name of a place on the east bank of the Sumida River in Sumida-ku, Tokyo. Mukojima has been home to many ryotei (traditional Japanese restaurants), okiya (Japanese tea houses), and wagashi (Japanese sweets stores) since the Yedo period.
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.21 The Village of Ushibori - Postcard
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.21 The Village of Ushibori -
    $1.35

    Title : 牛堀 (Ushibori / うしぼり / The Village of Ushibori) Ushibori is located in the southeastern part of Ibaraki Prefecture, on the eastern edge of Kasumigaura. Kasumigaura is the second largest lake in Japan.
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.4 Snow at Itsukushima - Poster
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.4 Snow at Itsukushima -
    $13.75

    Title : 厳島の雪 (Itsukushima no yuki / せきぐち の ゆき / Snow at Itsukushima) Itsukushima is an island in the town of Miyajima, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.8 Snow at Shiba Park - Postcard
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.8 Snow at Shiba Park -
    $1.35

    Title : 芝公園の雪 (Shiba kōen no yuki / しば こうえん の ゆき / Snow at Shiba Park) The building is 旧台徳院霊廟惣門 (the former mausoleum gate of Daitokuin), the second shogun of the Yedo Shogunate, Tokugawa Hidetada (Important Cultural Property).
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.26 Snow at Inokashira Park - Postcard
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.26 Snow at Inokashira Park -
    $1.35

    Title : 井の頭の雪 (Inokashira no yuki / いのかしら の ゆき / Snow at Inokashira Park) Inokashira Park is a metropolitan park that spans Musashino City and Mitaka City in Tokyo. The building is 井の頭弁財天堂 (the Inokashira Benzaiten Hall).
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - m05 - Bentenike Pond, Shiba -  Jigsaw Puzzle
    ukiyoe - hasui - m05 - Bentenike Pond, Shiba - Jigsaw Puzzle
    $72.80

    Title:芝弁天池(shiba benten ike / しば べんてん いけ / Bentenike Pond, Shiba)
    Bentenike Pond is a pond adjacent to 宝珠院 (Hoshuin Temple), located behind 増上寺 (Zōjōji Temple) in Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo. No other pond of this size exists today.
    Artist :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: Created with color correction based on public domain data (CC0) from the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia).
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.34 Wisteria at Kameido -   Jigsaw Puzzle
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.34 Wisteria at Kameido - Jigsaw Puzzle
    $72.80

    Title : 亀戸の藤 (kameido no fuji / かめいど の ふじ / Wisteria at Kameido)
    A view of the Taiko (drum) Bridge at Kameido Tenjin in northern Koto-ku, Tokyo.
    Artist :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
  • ukiyoe - hasui - No.1 The Great Buddha of Kamakura Poster
    ukiyoe - hasui - No.1 The Great Buddha of Kamakura
    $13.75

    Title : 鎌倉大仏 (Kmakura Daibutsu / かまくら だいぶつ / The Great Buddha of Kamakura)
    Author :川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui / かわせ はすい)
    川瀬巴水 (Kawase Hasui (May 18, 1883 - November 7, 1957)) was a woodblock print artist active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He established the world of new prints in an attempt to revive the declining Japanese ukiyoe prints. His works were highly acclaimed overseas, and he has been called the "Hiroshige of the Showa period. Please enjoy the world of more than 30 multi-colored woodblock prints with deep impressions of ordinary Japanese scenes and characteristic blue.
    *Note: I used data from the National Diet Library's Digital Collection and made color corrections.
    *Any of my designs can be transferred to over a thousand other items and adjust the design to fit the product if you needed.
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