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Pictorial envelope for Hokusais 36 views of Mount Fuji seri

Pictorial envelope for Hokusais 36 views of Mount Fuji series. Print shows people on a raft and a person in a small boat with tall reeds in the background and a view of Mount Fuji in the distance. Date between 1890 and 1940

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This pictorial envelope showcases a scene from Hokusai's iconic series, "Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji." Dating between 1890 and 1940, this print beautifully captures the serene beauty of Japan's most famous mountain. In the foreground, people paddle a raft along the tranquil waters, while a lone figure in a small boat navigates through tall reeds. The verdant landscape is dotted with cherry blossom trees, their delicate pink petals adding a touch of elegance to the scene. Mount Fuji, the iconic central feature of the print, rises majestically in the distance. Its snow-capped peak, shrouded in clouds, appears both imposing and inviting. The mountain's symmetrical form, a symbol of harmony and balance in Japanese art, is a testament to Hokusai's mastery of woodblock printing. The intricate details in the print, from the ripples on the water to the individual blossoms on the trees, are a result of the traditional woodcut technique used by Hokusai. Each line and brushstroke conveys a sense of depth and texture, transporting the viewer to the shores of Lake Ashi and the foothills of Mount Fuji. This envelope is a rare and exquisite example of Hokusai's "Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji" series, a collection of woodblock prints that continues to inspire awe and admiration for their breathtaking depictions of nature and the enduring allure of Mount Fuji.

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