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Hokusai Collection

Hokusai, a renowned Japanese artist of the Edo period, left an indelible mark on the world of art with his masterpieces

Background imageHokusai Collection: The Great Wave off Kanagawa

The Great Wave off Kanagawa (c. 1830-1833). This woodblock print is by the Japanese artist Hokusai

Background imageHokusai Collection: The Dream of the Fishermans Wife, ca 1814

The Dream of the Fishermans Wife, ca 1814. Private Collection

Background imageHokusai Collection: The Blind Men and the Elephant. Japanese woodblock print from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai, 1817

The Blind Men and the Elephant. Japanese woodblock print from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai, 1817
HOKUSAI: ELEPHANT. The Blind Men and the Elephant. Japanese woodblock print from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai, 1817

Background imageHokusai Collection: The waterfall of Amida behind the Kiso Road, c1832. (1925). Artist: Hokusai

The waterfall of Amida behind the Kiso Road, c1832. (1925). Artist: Hokusai
The waterfall of Amida behind the Kiso Road, c1832. After a colour woodcut by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849). Original work housed in The British Museum

Background imageHokusai Collection: KATSUSHIKA: GREAT WAVE. Men in boats among large waves, off shore of Kanagawa

KATSUSHIKA: GREAT WAVE. Men in boats among large waves, off shore of Kanagawa, with Mount Fuji in the background. Color woodcut by Hokusai Katsushika, c1830

Background imageHokusai Collection: Ejiri in Suruga Province (Sunshu Ejiri), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount

Ejiri in Suruga Province (Sunshu Ejiri), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjurokkei), ca. 1830-32

Background imageHokusai Collection: Red Shoki, the Demon Queller, dated 1847. Creator: Hokusai

Red Shoki, the Demon Queller, dated 1847. Creator: Hokusai
Red Shoki, the Demon Queller, dated 1847

Background imageHokusai Collection: Mystical Bird (Karyobinga), 1820-33. Creator: Hokusai

Mystical Bird (Karyobinga), 1820-33. Creator: Hokusai
Mystical Bird (Karyobinga), 1820-33

Background imageHokusai Collection: The Hanging-cloud Bridge at Mount Gyodo near Ashikaga... late 18th-early 19th century

The Hanging-cloud Bridge at Mount Gyodo near Ashikaga... late 18th-early 19th century
The Hanging-cloud Bridge at Mount Gyodo near Ashikaga (Ashikaga Gyodozan kumo no kakehashi), from the series Remarkable Views of Bridges in Various Provinces (Shokoku meikyo kiran), 1760-1849

Background imageHokusai Collection: Under the Wave off Kanagawa (Kanagawa oki nami ura), also known as The Great Wave

Under the Wave off Kanagawa (Kanagawa oki nami ura), also known as The Great Wave, from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjurokkei), ca. 1830-32

Background imageHokusai Collection: The Lantern Spectre by Katsushika Hokusai

The Lantern Spectre by Katsushika Hokusai
Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) - The Lantern Spectre. A burning paper lamp takes on the aspect of a spectral face - one of a set of Ghosts and Goblins. Date: circa 1810

Background imageHokusai Collection: Hokusai woodcut - Ushibori: A Junk moored among reeds

Hokusai woodcut - Ushibori: A Junk moored among reeds
Reproduction of a woodcut by Katsushika Hokusai (1760 - 1849) entitled: Ushibori: A Junk moored among reeds. Date: early 19th century

Background imageHokusai Collection: Pilgrims Bathing in Roben Waterfall, c1827. Pilgrims are taking a ritual bath

Pilgrims Bathing in Roben Waterfall, c1827. Pilgrims are taking a ritual bath before visiting the shrine at Oyama. Katsushika Hokusai (1770-1849) Japanese artist and printmaker

Background imageHokusai Collection: Japan / Fujiyama / Hokusai

Japan / Fujiyama / Hokusai
One of Hokusais 36 views of Fujiyama : the lake is Lake Sowa, and the mountain itself is in the far distance

Background imageHokusai Collection: Wild Geese and Water, 1839. Creator: Hokusai

Wild Geese and Water, 1839. Creator: Hokusai
Wild Geese and Water, 1839

Background imageHokusai Collection: KATSUSHIKA: FISHING, c1834. A man fishing from a rock shaped like a wave

KATSUSHIKA: FISHING, c1834. A man fishing from a rock shaped like a wave, with Mount Fuji in the background. Color woodcut by Hokusai Katsushika, c1834

Background imageHokusai Collection: Fine Wind, Clear Morning

Fine Wind, Clear Morning
Katsushika Hokusai

Background imageHokusai Collection: Japan, Honshu, Tokyo, Ryogoku, Sumida Hokusai Museum

Japan, Honshu, Tokyo, Ryogoku, Sumida Hokusai Museum

Background imageHokusai Collection: A Wild Sea at Choshi: From One Thousand Pictures of the Ocean c1833. Katsushika Hokusai

A Wild Sea at Choshi: From One Thousand Pictures of the Ocean c1833. Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) Japanese Ukiyo-e artist. Two open fishing boats struggling in huge waves. Water Spume Oars Rudder

Background imageHokusai Collection: Street scene (top) / Public bath (bottom). Sketch from Katsushika Hokusais Manga, c1836

Street scene (top) / Public bath (bottom). Sketch from Katsushika Hokusais Manga, c1836
HOKUSAI: SKETCH, 1836. Street scene (top)/Public bath (bottom). Sketch from Katsushika Hokusais Manga, c1836

Background imageHokusai Collection: Six samurai; the upper three at court, practicing their archery; the lower three in traditional

Six samurai; the upper three at court, practicing their archery; the lower three in traditional hunting attire
HOKUSAI: SIX SAMURAI, 1817. Six samurai; the upper three at court, practicing their archery; the lower three in traditional hunting attire. Woodblock print, 1817, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai

Background imageHokusai Collection: Reflection in Lake Misaka, Kai Province (Kosyu Misaka-suimen) (colour woodblock print)

Reflection in Lake Misaka, Kai Province (Kosyu Misaka-suimen) (colour woodblock print)
5044000 Reflection in Lake Misaka, Kai Province (Kosyu Misaka-suimen) (colour woodblock print) by Hokusai, Katsushika (1760-1849); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Background imageHokusai Collection: Koshu Inumetoge (Inume Pass in Kai Province). From the series

Koshu Inumetoge (Inume Pass in Kai Province). From the series: Fugaku sanjuo (Thirty-six views of Mo Creator: Hokusai)
Koshu Inumetoge (Inume Pass in Kai Province). From the series: Fugaku sanjuo (Thirty-six views of Mount Fuji). c.1830-1832

Background imageHokusai Collection: Onmayagashi yori Ryogokubashi no sekiyo o miru (Viewing sunset over the Ryo goku bridge... 1950)

Onmayagashi yori Ryogokubashi no sekiyo o miru (Viewing sunset over the Ryo goku bridge... 1950)
Onmayagashi yori Ryogokubashi no sekiyo o miru (Viewing sunset over the Ryo goku bridge from the Onmaya embankment), 1950

Background imageHokusai Collection: Poem by Gon-Chunagon Sadaie, from the series One Hundred Poems

Poem by Gon-Chunagon Sadaie, from the series One Hundred Poems Explained by the Nurse (Hyakunin isshu uba ga etoki), late 18th-early 19th century

Background imageHokusai Collection: Poem by Ise, from the series One Hundred Poems Explained by the Nurse (Hyakunin isshu

Poem by Ise, from the series One Hundred Poems Explained by the Nurse (Hyakunin isshu uba ga etoki), ca. 1835

Background imageHokusai Collection: Ri Haku from the series Mirrors of Japanese and Chinese Poems (Shiika shashin kyo), ca

Ri Haku from the series Mirrors of Japanese and Chinese Poems (Shiika shashin kyo), ca. 1832

Background imageHokusai Collection: The Dragon among Clouds, 1849. Creator: Hokusai, Katsushika (1760-1849)

The Dragon among Clouds, 1849. Creator: Hokusai, Katsushika (1760-1849)
The Dragon among Clouds, 1849. Found in the Collection of Musee Guimet, Paris

Background imageHokusai Collection: Lake Suwa in Shinano Province by Katsushika Hokusai

Lake Suwa in Shinano Province by Katsushika Hokusai
Lake Suwa in Shinano Province (Shinshū Suwako), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei) by Katsushika Hokusai (17601849). Date: circa 1830s

Background imageHokusai Collection: A Grasshopper eating persimmon

A Grasshopper eating persimmon
2911732 A Grasshopper eating persimmon; (add.info.: Japanese print showing a Grasshopper eating persimmon. By Hokusai 1760-1849. 1880); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageHokusai Collection: The Soul of Kanagawa

The Soul of Kanagawa
Ken Fong

Background imageHokusai Collection: Ueno, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Ueno, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Ueno, c1802. From Famous Views of the Eastern Capital

Background imageHokusai Collection: View of Asakusa, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

View of Asakusa, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
View of Asakusa, c1802. From Famous Views of the Eastern Capital

Background imageHokusai Collection: Jikken Print Shop, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Jikken Print Shop, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Jikken Print Shop, c1802

Background imageHokusai Collection: Dutchmen's Quarters, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Dutchmen's Quarters, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Dutchmen's Quarters, c1802. Curious Japanese watching Dutchmen on Dejima

Background imageHokusai Collection: Untitled, river and temple, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Untitled, river and temple, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Untitled, river and temple, c1802

Background imageHokusai Collection: Page from the book Azuma Asobi; (Ushijima, Nakataya), c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Page from the book Azuma Asobi; (Ushijima, Nakataya), c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Page from the book Azuma Asobi; (Ushijima, Nakataya), c1802

Background imageHokusai Collection: Nihonbashi, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Nihonbashi, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Nihonbashi, c1802

Background imageHokusai Collection: Kondo Sato, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Kondo Sato, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Kondo Sato, c1802

Background imageHokusai Collection: Spring, Shiba Shinmyogu, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Spring, Shiba Shinmyogu, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Spring, Shiba Shinmyogu, c1802

Background imageHokusai Collection: Story of the Nine-tailed Fox, 1807. Creator: Hokusai

Story of the Nine-tailed Fox, 1807. Creator: Hokusai
Story of the Nine-tailed Fox, 1807

Background imageHokusai Collection: Two Kyoka poets: Kinkosha Karomichi; Fukujuso, between c1796 and c1798. Creator: Hokusai

Two Kyoka poets: Kinkosha Karomichi; Fukujuso, between c1796 and c1798. Creator: Hokusai
Two Kyoka poets: Kinkosha Karomichi; Fukujuso, between c1796 and c1798

Background imageHokusai Collection: Okaru and Kampei outside Kamakura Castle, Act III from the Play Chushingura, 1806. Creator: Hokusai

Okaru and Kampei outside Kamakura Castle, Act III from the Play Chushingura, 1806. Creator: Hokusai
Okaru and Kampei outside Kamakura Castle, Act III from the Play Chushingura, 1806

Background imageHokusai Collection: Hara, published in 1804. Creator: Hokusai

Hara, published in 1804. Creator: Hokusai
Hara, published in 1804. Series: untitled series of stations on the T¯okaid¯o Road

Background imageHokusai Collection: Sailboat on Blue Water, 19th century. Creator: Hokusai

Sailboat on Blue Water, 19th century. Creator: Hokusai
Sailboat on Blue Water, 19th century. Series: One Hundred Poets

Background imageHokusai Collection: Poem by Teishin Ko, Fujiwara no Tadahira, between c1835 and c1836. Creator: Hokusai

Poem by Teishin Ko, Fujiwara no Tadahira, between c1835 and c1836. Creator: Hokusai
Poem by Teishin Ko, Fujiwara no Tadahira, between c1835 and c1836. Series: One Hundred Poems Explained by the Nurse

Background imageHokusai Collection: Mimeguri Shrine, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Mimeguri Shrine, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Mimeguri Shrine, c1802. Series: Famous Views of the Eastern Capital

Background imageHokusai Collection: Doll Festival, c1802. Creator: Hokusai

Doll Festival, c1802. Creator: Hokusai
Doll Festival, c1802. Series: Famous Views of the Eastern Capital



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Hokusai, a renowned Japanese artist of the Edo period, left an indelible mark on the world of art with his masterpieces. One such iconic work is "The Great Wave off Kanagawa, " depicting men in boats bravely navigating colossal waves while Mount Fuji stands tall in the background. This woodblock print captures both the power and beauty of nature. In another intriguing piece titled "The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife, " Hokusai delves into eroticism as he portrays a woman engaged in intimate encounters with octopuses. This provocative artwork from 1814 showcases Hokusai's ability to push boundaries and explore unconventional themes. "The Blind Men and the Elephant" is a captivating woodblock print from Hokusai's Manga series, created in 1817. It depicts blindfolded men touching different parts of an elephant, symbolizing how limited perspectives can lead to misunderstandings. It also showcased his talent for landscapes, as seen in "The Waterfall of Amida behind the Kiso Road. " Created around 1832, this piece transports viewers to a serene setting where water cascades down rocks amidst lush greenery. "Ejiri in Suruga Province" offers one of Hokusai's famous views from his series "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. " The artwork presents travelers crossing a vast plain towards majestic Mount Fuji on their journey through Japan. Intriguingly named "Red Shoki, The Demon Queller, " this work by Hokusai dates back to 1847. It features an imposing figure slaying demons with vibrant red hues that capture attention and evoke awe. "The Hanging-cloud Bridge at Mount Gyodo near Ashikaga" takes us back to late 18th-early 19th century Japan. This tranquil scene showcases a bridge suspended above misty clouds against the backdrop of picturesque mountains—a testament to Hokusai's skillful portrayal of nature's tranquility.