Katsushika Hokusai: A collection of 1145 works (HD)

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    Katsushika Hokusai: A collection of 1145 works (HD)
    Description: "Born to an artisan family, Hokusai was apprenticed to a woodblock engraver at a young age. By the time he was 19, the leading ukiyoe master, Katsukawa Shunshō, had taken him on as a pupil and Hokusai was more-or-less formally introduced to artistic society at age 20. Once he began receiving paying commissions there was no turning back, and he'd parted ways with the Katsukawa school by 1795. Until he died, however, he never ceased learning all he could about art from ukiyoe (and other) masters.
    Early on in this quest for knowledge, Hokusai was exposed to Western art and quickly picked up (traditionally non-Japanese) artistic techniques such as one-point perspective.
    It's hard to describe the tremendous impact this chance encounter had on Art History from there on out. It led Hokusai to an entirely new style of ukiyoe that continues to echo in Japanese art to this day. And, unbeknownst to Hokusai, his new style would travel back to Western art and directly influence its future.
    Over the course of his long life, Hokusai continued to operate with a restless, incessant thirst for creation. Though he was frequently (and rather proudly) broke, he never turned down a job, whether it was for a distinguished publisher or a brothel. He changed his residence over 90 times, marketed himself with pure genius, enjoyed fame in his own lifetime and painted until he died at a ripe old age. Conservative estimates mark his total output at an astounding 30,000 pieces.
    These days, many people - readers and employed artists, alike - owe him a debt of gratitude for originating manga as an art form. We also often tend to think of him as a (if not the) "classic" Japanese artist - a tendency that needs to be re-examined. In his time, Hokusai's art was radically different and very un-Japanese. It's just one of those weird twists of fate that the French Impressionists (and beyond) mistakenly believed Hokusai's original style represented all of Japanese art."
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Karina Lara E +2
Karina Lara E

Hermosa selección de obras del muy conocido artista plástico japones, y la música esta muy bien elegida gracias

Hace 4 años
CONSUELO CHUFANI +1
CONSUELO CHUFANI

fue un maravilloso artista, de un perfección inaudita. Ver sus obras es un halago.

Hace 3 años
丁爸丁妈的闲适生活 +1
丁爸丁妈的闲适生活

Thank you for this wonderful video. look forward to seeing more.

Hace 4 meses
Thomas Mollo +1
Thomas Mollo

Really beautiful survey of Hokusai and it gives a good understanding of his extraordinary ability to invent new and interesting pictorial compositions. Thank you. This is a memor

Hace 5 meses
Thomas Mollo
Thomas Mollo

able visual experience.

Hace 5 meses
Rupert Rozells +2
Rupert Rozells

Lovely paintings by Japanese artist, different but nice.

Hace 3 años
themaxdg +9
themaxdg

This is wonderful

Hace 3 años
Gerry Stevens +1
Gerry Stevens

watching this on Hokusai..this is where the 19 century painters got the idea of keeping sketchbooks..hokusai's drawings are in a book. the Japanese had books so long ago...

Hace 2 años
marc roland
marc roland

Thirty thousand pieces! And all of them good to great!

Hace 4 meses
mizofan +3
mizofan

Thank you for the hard work and large collection. Great artist. Do you have a Hiroshige video? He was great too

Hace 4 años
spanixtan spanixtan
spanixtan spanixtan

@VOZAMARAK TV - ART Van Gogh and the impressionist Paris of the 1870s-1880s. Japanese prints or "Japonaisseries" were popular and sold at the time. The Japanese style attracted Van Gogh, gauguin, Emile bernard, etc. for its simplicity, a contrast with city life. It played a role in the change to new artforms and treatment of line and color. Van Gogh, in turn, was already Japan´s most admired western artist: The Sunflower version in Tokyo was burnt in the second World war bombings. And private Japanese bids broke records during the 1950s Van Gogh price boom and the 1980s

Hace 2 años
VOZAMARAK TV - ART +1
VOZAMARAK TV - ART

I agree. Both their paintings are a breath of fresh air from the art we usually see. Van Gogh was influenced by their style a lot too.

Hace 3 años
Aren Mufy +4
Aren Mufy

this guy went so hard on art.

Hace 2 años
Sabrina Nascimento
Sabrina Nascimento

Great paintings

Hace 3 meses
Dream Letters Band
Dream Letters Band

Where can I find a complete book about it?

Hace un año
INDIRA PANDYA
INDIRA PANDYA

Too good..... 👌👌😍👍

Hace 4 meses
Smegmatrix +1
Smegmatrix

At 3:33 Id love to know the name of the piece

Hace 4 años
August Hayek
August Hayek

Lion-dog

Hace 3 años
artista João Miranda
artista João Miranda

amazing

Hace 3 años
admiral Christian Wirth: Christians websites
admiral Christian Wirth: Christians websites

Danke! Habe Link gesetzt: 365 Gemälde: Katsushika Hokusai http://www.wgsebald.de/100/365gemaelde/H.html#hokusai

Hace un año
Clockwork Orange +1
Clockwork Orange

Oh sweet joy!

Hace 4 años
関田好伸
関田好伸

北斎の作品を1145点もコンテンツでなければ見ることができないと思います。

Hace 2 meses
Sabrina Nascimento +1
Sabrina Nascimento

Excellent paintings

Hace un año
レントラー・ +5
レントラー・

画老狂人卍

Hace 2 años
Sukmy Dikgoogle
Sukmy Dikgoogle

porgue le pones musica china en un video de arte japones?

Hace 2 meses
abc defg +1
abc defg

Thks

Hace 4 años
Vicky Leung
Vicky Leung

We

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