Ephemeral tattoos - Hokusai and japanism - Ars In Cute

Ephemeral tattoos - Hokusai and japanism - Ars In Cute

8 cultural ephemeral tattoos accompanied by a 10-page historical notebook that reveals all their secrets to you.

Format of the tattoos sheet : 10 x 15 cm

Our cultural ephemeral tattoos are hypoallergenic and comply with cosmetic safety standards. They are absolutely safe.

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Museum :
Musée des Arts asiatiques–Guimet
Theme :
Artist :
Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849)
Art movement :
Asiatic art
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The artist

Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849)

Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) was a painter and printmaker of the Edo period who popularized Japanese Art in the 20th Century Occident and his undoubtedly the most famous Japanese artist. His work, rich in 30,000 drawings influenced many Impressionnist artists who quickly learnt from the artist: framing, attention to detail and originality of colourful displays. His works included scenes from everyday life, illustrations from contemporary literature, landscapes, flowers and birds and manga. Thirty-six views of Mount Fuji (1831-1833) actually counted 46 prints and Kanagawa's Great Wave (1831) are his best-known works.