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The Great Buddha at Kamakura by Kawase Hasui - Canvas Print

The Great Buddha at Kamakura by Kawase Hasui - Canvas Print

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Savor the rich texture and intrigue of Hasui's "Great Buddha at Kamakura" with this remarkably detailed canvas replica.

 

About the Artwork

"The Great Buddha at Kamakura" is a remarkable woodblock print by Kawase Hasui, crafted in 1930. This iconic piece captures the majestic beauty of the Great Buddha statue in Kamakura, a symbol of Japan's rich cultural heritage. Hasui's meticulous artistry brings to life the serene surroundings of the statue, set against a tranquil backdrop of lush greenery and peaceful skies. The intricate details of the sculpture and the surrounding landscape reflect Hasui's deep appreciation for both natural and man-made marvels. Through his careful portrayal, he invites us to experience the sense of awe and tranquility that the Great Buddha at Kamakura inspires. The play of light and shadow adds depth to the scene, enhancing the print's immersive quality. Whether you're an art enthusiast or someone drawn to the spiritual essence of Japanese landscapes, "The Great Buddha at Kamakura" captures the essence of a cultural treasure and the profound beauty of its setting.

 

Product Details:

Our canvas print adds remarkable texture and charm to Hasui's "The Great Buddha at Kamakura", bringing the woodblock art to life. The rich canvas complements the tranquil atmosphere.

 

Features:

  • Canvas has an approximately 2cm /0.8" thick wood stretcher bar
  • The paper weight is approximately 300-350gsm/110-130lb cover and a thickness of 350-400 microns, a sturdy and durable canvas.
  • We've included a hanging kit, which may vary depending on the country of fulfillment.
  • To ensure no damage during transportation, we ship our canvas prints in protective packaging and strong boxes.
  • 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 home a textured slice of Japanese cultural significance and history.

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