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  • 1. HOKUSAI ( 北斎 ) click
  • 2. Nº 1 36 Vistas del Monte Fuji ( 36 Views of Mount Fuji )
  • 3. Katsushika Hokusai,conocido simplemente como Hokusai (nacido y muerto en Edo, actual Tokio, octubre de 1760 - 10 de mayo de 1849) fue un pintor y grabador japonés del período Edo, adscrito a la escuela Ukiyo-e.   De los millares de libros y de impresiones de Hokusai, sus Treinta y seis vistas del Monte Fuji son particularmente notables.Publicada entre 1826 y 1833, esta famosa serie, que con los suplementos incluía un total de 46 impresiones a color, marcó un hito en la impresión japonesa de paisajes.   Hokusai constituye una figura que, desde finales del siglo XIX, impresionó a artistas, críticos y amantes del arte occidentales. Desde mediados del siglo sus grabados, como los de otros artistas japoneses, llegaron a a París, donde se coleccionaban con gran entusiasmo, en especial por parte de impresionistas de la talla de Claude Monet, Edgar Degas , Van Gogh y Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, cuya obra denota una profunda influencia de dichos grabados. Autorretrato de Katsushika Hokusai
  • 4. Katsushika Hokusai, in an 1839 self-portrait Katsushika Hokusai 1760 - 1849 was a japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period. In his time, he was Japan's leading expert on Chinese painting. Born in Edo (now Tokyo), Hokusai is best-known as author of the woodblock print series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji ( 富嶽三十六景 , c. 1831) which includes the iconic and internationally recognized print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa, created during the 1820s. Hokusai created the "Thirty-Six Views" both as a response to a domestic travel boom and as part of a personal obsession with Mount Fuji. It was this series, specifically The Great Wave print and Fuji in Clear Weather, that secured Hokusai’s fame both within Japan and overseas.  While Hokusai's work prior to this series is certainly important, it was not until this series that he gained broad recognition and left a lasting impact on the art world. It was The Great Wave print that initially received, and continues to receive, acclaim and popularity in the Western world.
  • 5. Autorretrato de Katsushika Hokusai "Desde los seis años tuve la manía de dibujar la forma de las cosas. A los quince había producido gran numero de dibujos, pero nada que mereciera la pena. A los setenta y tres creo haber adquirido algún conocimiento de la estructura verdadera de los seres naturales, animales, plantas, árboles, pájaros, peces e insectos. Creo que cuando cumpla los ochenta habré progresado notablemente. A los noventa alcanzaré el misterio de las cosas, a los cien haré una obra asombrosa, y a los ciento diez cuanto dibuje, aunque sólo sea una línea, poseerá el soplo de la vida. Escrito a los setenta y cinco años por mí, antes Hokusai y ahora Gakaio Rojin, el viejecillo chiflado por el dibujo".
  • 6. Katsushika Hokusai, in an 1839 self-portrait "From the age of six I had a mania for drawing the shapes of things. When I was fifty I had published a universe of designs. but all I have done before the the age of seventy is not worth bothering with. At seventy five I'll have learned something of the pattern of nature, of animals, of plants, of trees, birds, fish and insects. When I am eighty you will see real progress. At ninety I shall have cut my way deeply into the mystery of life itself. At a hundred I shall be a marvelous artist. At a hundred and ten everything I create; a dot, a line, will jump to life as never before. To all of you who are going to live as long as I do, I promise to keep my word. I am writing this in my old age. I used to call myself Hokosai, but today I sign my self 'The Old Man Mad About Drawing.'"
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  • 53. Musica: “Tsuru no sugomori” por Yamato Ensemble
  • 54. Presentación: N.Svistoonoff