Hokusai Brush Hokusai's Smithsonian Institution Flea Museum Collection
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Hokusai Brush Hokusai's Smithsonian Institution Flea Museum Collection:
Katsushika Hokusai's obsession is here! The world's largest handwriting collection. Returning to Japan beyond 100 years!
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The old man's obsession lies in the handwriting!
Wake up from 100 years of sleep “The world's largest collection of hand-painted brushstrokes”
The world's first long-awaited book!
In recent years, Hokusai's challenge has been to focus on "hand-painted paintings", which led to Hokusai's challenge to his "territory of God" until his death at the age of 90.
This book, which boasts the world's largest quality and quantity as a Hokusai's handwriting collection, is also known in Japan under the iron rule of `` non-monitoring ''
This is the first book in the world to be created from a visionary collection that was not available with the full cooperation of the Freer Museum.
A selection of about 100 masterpieces of "handwriting" and "drawings" from the collection. In pursuit of self-expression, experimental handwriting and expression, attempts at objects
This is an epoch-making book that allows you to enjoy the secret of Hokusai's brushes by making full use of illustrations.
Includes over 60 unfinished Ukiyo-e prints with an unfinished "Hundred one-headed ambassador" with a precise line drawing that the carver cannot reproduce.
Special Contribution: Hidetake Asano