This woodblock print of a crane, waves and the rising sun is by Isoda Koryûsai (1735–1790). The crane and the rising sun are auspicious images, suggesting good fortune (especially for the new year). Koryūsai's comnpleted 2500 prints, or an average of four a week. According to art historian Allen Hockley, "Koryūsai may ... have been the most productive artist of the eighteenth century."
This giclée, acid-free print comes ready to hang with its own hand-crafted, solid-wood hangers. Discrete magnetic fasteners to keep your print secure. It's an elegant and contemporary way to showcase your art. Prints use eco-friendly, water-based inks.
• Each hanging kit contains four wooden strips with color coordinated cords • Magnetic fasteners hold your print in place without tearing or marking • Museum-quality Enhanced Matte Art (EMA) paper is both beautiful and strong • The lightly-textured, matte finish captures fine lines and subtle colors, resulting in stunning works of art