"The Great Wave" Hokusai espresso-mug

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This porcelain espresso-mug made by German workshop’s Goebel is based on the famous Hokusai’s woodblock print. It is part of the Artis Orbis Collection which presents paintings of world famous artists as editions for collectors and a discerning clientele.

Elaborated production and high quality manual work result in products of elegance and style.

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Hokusai by Goebel
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Hand decorated porcelain
H. : 8 cm - 100 ml
Famous artists
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Hatsushika Hokusai :

Born in 1760 in today's city of Tokyo, Hokusai used to travel through Japan, frequently changing his artist's pseudonym (about 30 different names), such as "Gakyojin" that can be translated as "crazy about painting". His series "Thirty-six views of mount Fuji" became his most popular work. It includes the famous "Great Wave off Kanagawa". In his homeland Japan, Hokusai's work was rather considered as "everyday graphics", whereas in Europe his art contributed to Japonism, inspired artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt.

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