A selection of Japanese color woodblock prints from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, made by ukiyo-e artists who flourished during the late Edo period. From the 1860s on, these prints became popular among European artists and art collectors and so had a strong influence on Western visual culture as well.
An ukiyo-e artist in the late Edo period, who depicted everything in nature and created over 30,000 works during his lifetime. Globally renowned, Hokusai is best known for his print series "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" and his books Hokusai manga.
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