One of modern Japan’s most prominent artists, Kawase Hasui is known for atmospheric prints of Japanese architecture and landscape. A blaze of maple leaves announces autumn at Oirase Gorge, Towada, and gentle snowfall speaks quietly of winter at a temple in Izumo province. Hasui was also influenced by Western realistic art, particularly photography, and in concert with the opening of Japan’s cultural and political borders, his imagery reflected an increased emphasis on shading and linear perspective. Hasui created more than 600 woodblock prints, 12 of which are collected in this wall calendar.
- 12 monthly grids and full-color artwork
- High-quality printing with soy-based inks on premium, environmentally sourced paper stock
- Exceptional color quality
- Grid pages are easy to write on
- US, Canadian, and United Kingdom legal holidays
Dimensions: 12" x 13" (Opens to: 12" x 26")