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print reproduction of Kawase Hasui, Kansa Temple at Lake Tazawa, Tazawako Kansanomiya

€12.50
print reproduction of Kawase Hasui, Kansa Temple at Lake Tazawa, Tazawako Kansanomiya
Kawase Hasui's Japanese prints are beautifully crafted works of art that capture the natural beauty of Japanese culture. With their elegant style and use of soft colors, these prints depict scenes of landscapes, towns and villages that transport the viewer to a world of serenity and tranquility.

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Packing Packaged in a rigid transparent plastic pouch
Product origin Made in France
Dimensions 30 x 40 cm
paper quality 250 grs/m² Inapa Tradition Natural White
Compositions paper
print reproduction of Kawase Hasui, Kansa Temple at Lake Tazawa, Tazawako Kansanomiya
Kawase Hasui was a Japanese artist who created beautiful Japanese prints in the early 20th century. His work is considered part of the Shin-hanga movement, which revived the art of printmaking in Japan. Hasui's prints are characterized by their elegance and simplicity, with skillful use of soft colors and subtle patterns to create scenes of landscapes, towns and villages that evoke peaceful serenity. Hasui's prints are often considered symbols of Japanese culture, as they depict unique and significant aspects of Japan's natural and cultural landscape. The prints highlight the snow-capped mountains, crystal-clear rivers, ancient temples and traditional houses, as well as the solitary travelers and passers-by going on foot or by boat, who pass through these enchanting landscapes.