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Mount Fuji under the Snow - Totoya Hokkei - Framed art Print

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: Asian Art,  Ethnic & Oriental,  Japan,  Japanese,  Japanese Art,  Landscape,  Landscape & Seascape,  Mountains,  Places,  Pre 1900,  


  • Framed Japanese art print (50 x 44 cm) by Totoya Hokkei.
  • Buy this print framed for £155.
  • Buy this print unframed for £45.
  • Framed Size is 50 x 44 cm.
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About this artwork

Totoya Hokkei was a Japanese artist known for his expertise in Ukiyo-e, a popular genre in Japanese art. This style involved a team approach to art production, where everyone from the artist, carver, and printer to the publisher had a specific role to play. Hokkei apprenticed under the famous Japanese artist Hokusai. He created a ton of artwork in his lifetime, including this fantastic print showcasing Mount Fuji covered in snow.



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About the artist

Totoya Hokkei, Japanese Ukiyo-en artist , a unique art form that relies on a team's expertise, the artist, carver, printer, and publisher. The famous artist Hokusai was Hokkei's mentor.

Hokkei (1780-1850), one of Hokusai's most accomplished students, mastered the art of surimono and book illustrations. Totoya, translates to 'fishmonger', he was introduced to the arts at a young age through an apprenticeship with the Kanō school painter, Yōsen'in (1753-1808). By 1799, he had joined the Hokusai studio, establishing himself as a surimono designer and painter by the 1810s. His debt to Hokusai is evident in his work, with a close collaboration on the early volumes of the Hokusai manga.

Yet, Hokkei's own genius shone through by the late 1820s, showcasing complex surimono designs, intricate interpretations of East Asian literature, history, and legends, and an intriguing sense of humor. His work closely resembled Hokusai's, with some pieces even surpassing his mentor in technical mastery.

Post 1820s, following Shunman's passing and Hokusai stepping back from surimono commissions, Hokkei and Gakutei rose to prominence as the top surimono designers of their generation.

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