Japanese canvas of Tago Bay Coast painted by Hokusai (Thirty-six views of Mount Fuji)
On this old Japanese artwork, the twenty-eighth view of Mount Fuji, Hokusai emphasizes the insignificance of men compared to the forces of an imposing and indomitable nature. At the foreground, men struggle against the waves of a turbulent sea. The background shows numerous human figures working to collect salt, under the supervision of the impassive Mount Fuji.
The canvas fabric, which is similar to the canvas of the Japanese paintings, has become the preferred support for home decoration. They offer an artistic feel to the print, add depth to the colors and avoid reflection problems.
With or without wooden frame, this Japanese artwork is delivered rolled up in a strong cardboard tube to guarantee an undamaged product at the time of delivery.