Katsushika Hokusai

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Win a framed "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" by Adding Hokusai's work to your wishlist!

Register as a member of the Adachi online store and add at least three works by the artist Katsushika Hokusai to your wishlist to participate.
Two lucky winners will be selected by drawing to receive a framed "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" (one with a dark brown and one with a natural finish Adachi original frame).
All participants will receive a 5% OFF coupon usable on purchases of Adachi ukiyo-e prints.

[Schedule]
Period to add the prints to your wishlist: From Thursday, July 4, 2024, 00:00 to Monday, July 15, 2024, 23:59 (JST)
Coupon distribution and drawing results announcement: Tuesday, July 16, 2024

After July 16, we will announce the ranking of the most liked works!

[How to Enter]
1. Log in to the Adachi online store. If you are not a registered member, please register for a member first.
2. While logged in, open the product page of your favorite prints located on the Katsushika Hokusai's page here.
3. Press the "Add to Wishlist" button located below the "Add to Cart" button to register it as a favorite. Once you add three or more works by Katsushika Hokusai to your wishlist, you will complete the application for this special event.
4. You can check the works you have registered on your wishlist from your "My Page".

>>Log in to the Adachi online store from here.

Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849)

Hokusai produced his very first print in 1779 at the age of twenty. It was an actor print in the hosoban format signed Katsukawa Shunro. He built his career by creating more actor prints but was mainly active as a book illustrator.Hokusai also produced paintings throughout his life and his works surpassed those of other ukiyo-e masters in terms of both quality and quantity. He began to draw designs for large, single-sheet prints after the age of seventy. At this time he also started to produce landscape and flowers and birds prints; late in life he did however again concentrate on book illustrations and paintings. In summary Hokusai can be said to have contributed greatly to the field of ukiyo-e in a variety of ways.