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Clearing Sky after Snow, Kannon Temple, Asakusa by Kawase Hasui - Wood Print

Clearing Sky after Snow, Kannon Temple, Asakusa by Kawase Hasui - Wood Print

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Experience the serene aftermath of winter’s snowfall with this elegantly textured wood print of Hasui’s "Clearing Sky after Snow, Kannon Temple, Asakusa."


About the Artwork

 "Clearing Sky after Snow, Kannon Temple, Asakusa" is a woodblock print crafted by Kawase Hasui in 1926. Part of his celebrated series "Selected Views of Japan," this artwork beautifully captures a serene winter scene at Kannon Temple in Asakusa, a historic district in Tokyo. The print depicts the tranquil aftermath of a snowfall, with the snow-covered temple structures and surrounding trees creating an atmosphere of peacefulness. Hasui's masterful artistry is evident in the way he infuses warmth and relaxation into this scene. The soft hues of the clouds harmonize seamlessly with the trees, while a passing boat adds a touch of movement to the stillness of the setting. This print is a testament to Hasui's ability to convey both the beauty of nature and the cultural significance of the depicted locations. If you appreciate art that captures the essence of changing seasons and the charm of Japan's historical landmarks, "Clearing Sky after Snow, Kannon Temple, Asakusa" is a captivating piece that transports you to a timeless moment in Tokyo's past.


Product Details:

Our wood print immortalizes the tranquil atmosphere of Hasui's "Clearing Sky after Snow, Kannon Temple, Asakusa" with natural, textured elegance. Crafted on birch wood, it brings organic warmth to this vintage artwork.



  • Made from high quality birch wood
  • Available in both thin (approx.10mm/ 0.4") and thick (approx. 20mm/ 0.79") options, allowing you to choose the perfect depth for your needs
  • Includes mounting hardware
  • Lightweight and versatile
  • Sizes may vary slightly by region. For the US and Canada, the measurement is in inches, while for the rest of the world, it is in centimeters


Bring a slice of Japanese culture and heritage into your home with this homage to Hasui's tranquil landscape.

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