Katsushika Hokusai

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HOKUSAI Katsushika  'red Fuji'

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Katsushika Hokusai - Hokusai Sketchbook

Katsushika Hokusai - Hokusai Sketchbook

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Lot number: 120
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Description: ASIAN, five framed pieces by Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760-1849), ten illustrated book pages total (ehon) excised from "Hokusai Sketchbook" or "Random Drawings of Hokusai" (Hokusai Manga): first depicting figures engaged in daily activities like reading, undressing, playing samisen, knitting on a loom, and plowing, ink stain UC; second depicting agricultural tasks; third depicting seated figures doing hand work and semi-nude figures exercising under water; fourth depicting fourteen figures opening objects including fans, umbrellas, boxes, scrolls, and bolts of cloth, large diagonal crease; and fifth contains wraps from a Hokusai Manga volume, Japanese calligraphy with several red ink chop marks, right page blurred or smudged, tiny holes, many with deterioration and holes LC, some wrinkling throughout, all matted and framed behind glass, none examined out of frames, four measure ss: 7 1/4" h. x 10 1/4" w., calligraphy pages measure ss: 8 1/4" h. x 12 1/4" w. [Deaccessioned from a Connecticut Museum]
Katsushika Hokusai - Fuji Hakkei-zu

Katsushika Hokusai - Fuji Hakkei-zu

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Lot number: 239
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WOODBLOCK PRINTS Various Properties Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), Shotei Hokuju (circa 1763-1824) and others Early to late 19th century Comprising 26 prints of various sizes and formats: 15 prints by Hokusai including eleven koban prints from an untitled series of Tokaido gojusan tsugi (53 Stations of the Tokaido) and one oban titled Fuji hakkei-zu (Eight Views of Mount Fuji), all without publisher's seal, variously signed ; two small prints attributed to Hokusai, one depicting travellers and one of a bijin , both unsigned ; one oban by Hokuju, depicting the Sumida River, signed Shotei Hokuju ga ; one oban depicting children playing around the river, signed Utagawa Kunitora ga (almost rubbed off); one book plate depicting Shinobazu Pond, unsigned ; four surimono of various sizes, one nagaban by Unpo depicting children and a young woman, two depicting bijin by Keisei and Gakutei, the last depicting two ladies on the beach, variously signed , one unsigned ; as well as two small prints of an actor and a couple. The smallest 18cm x 6.5cm (7 1/8in x 6½in), the largest 27cm x 39cm (10 5/8in x 15 3/8in). (26). Footnotes 錦絵版画 二十六枚 北斎、北寿 他 風景画 他 19世紀前期-後期
Katsushika Hokusai - Tôto Meisho Ichiran

Katsushika Hokusai - Tôto Meisho Ichiran

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Lot number: 1208
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Description: KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1760-1849). 21x46 cm. Three pages from the album ' Tôto meisho ichiran' (Famous Views of the Eastern Capital), mounted as a triptych. Framed under glass. KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1760-1849). 21x46 cm. Drei Seiten aus dem Album 'Tôto meisho ichiran' (Berühmte Ansichten der östlichen Hauptstadt), zu einem Triptychon montiert. Unter Glas gerahmt.
Katsushika Hokusai -  'red Fuji'

Katsushika Hokusai - 'red Fuji'

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Lot number: 18
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Lot 18: Hokusai, Original Colored Woodcut 'Red Fuji', Japan, c. 1830 Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) Lot 18: This Japanese woodblock print was not printed with the block used for the first edition. It is however certainly an antique print and may well have been printed during Hokusai's life time, or possibly shortly after his death. Color woodblock print Japan, Edo period (1615-1867), circa 1830 Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) - Japanese painter and a major representative of the Ukiyo-e genre From the series 'The 36 Views of Fuji' - 富嶽三十六景, Fugaku sanjûrokkei Title: Gaifû kaisei 凯 风 快 晴 - 'Fine Wind, Clear Morning' Signature: Hokusai aratame I-itsu hitsu Without censor stamp or publisher's stamp Format: ôban yoko-e Framed under mat Dimensions of the print: 25 x 36 cm (height x width) Good condition Provenance: German private collection A masterpiece from the famous 'Fuji' series by the most important Japanese master of the Ukiyo-e genre; the work 'Red Fuji' fetches over 400,000 Euros at international auctions This colored woodcut by Katsushika Hokusai 葛 饰 北 斎(1760-1849), one of the most important representatives of the Ukiyo-e genre, is titled Gaifû kaisei 凯 风 快 晴 - 'Fine Wind, Clear Morning', also known as 'Red Fuji', and part of the series 'The 36 Views of Fuji' - 富嶽三十六景, Fugaku sanjûrokkei. The work shows the imposing mountain rising up into the blue sky. The latter is traversed by small clouds, generating a coherent movement. The left area of the mountain is adorned with dabs of color that form the dense thicket of the forest. The woodcut in harmonious colors is framed under a mat and has the ôban yoko-e format. There is neither a censor nor a publisher's stamp. The work bears the signature Hokusai aratame I-itsu hitsu in the upper left area. The woodblock print by Katsushika Hokusai is in good condition with only slight signs of wear consistent with age. The colors are a little faded. The print measures 25 x 36 cm and the total size is 38 x 49 cm. Katsushika Hokusai Katsushika Hokusai, one of the most important representatives of the Ukiyo-e genre, became renowned for his independent style, which is exhibited in the famous woodblock print series 'Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji'. In his younger years, at the age of 18, he learned and perfected the art of color woodblock printing, working in a workshop with the Ukiyo-e master Katsukawa Shunshō, founder of the Katsukawa School. Hokusai's first works, which are characterized by the delicate personal features of the sitters, date back to the year 1779. Due to Japan's isolation from the outside world, Hokusai's art was at first only distributed within his home country. In the mid-19th century Dutch merchants brought his works to Europe, where they became a source of inspiration for various artists and movements, such as the Art Nouveau
Katsushika Hokusai - Ehon Kyoka Yama Mata Yama

Katsushika Hokusai - Ehon Kyoka Yama Mata Yama

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Lot number: 3006
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Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) Ehon kyoka yama mata yama (Picture book with kyoka, Mountains upon mountains), circa 1803 Comprising the complete set of three volumes, thirty-two leaves depicting views of the Yamanote district of Edo with accompanying kyoka poems, published by Tsutaya Juzaburo; separated and laid down in an accordian album; no cover
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