Even a year’s worth of Hokusai may not be enough to display his genius ~ The Washington Post

“Boy Viewing Mount Fuji” by Katsushika Hokusai (Edo period, 1839). Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk. (Gift of Charles Lang Freer, Freer Gallery of Art)
“Boy Viewing Mount Fuji” by Katsushika Hokusai (Edo period, 1839). Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk. (Gift of Charles Lang Freer, Freer Gallery of Art)

One thought on “Even a year’s worth of Hokusai may not be enough to display his genius ~ The Washington Post

  1. Jerry I love your sense of artistic mien. You are truly the Zen master working between a glorious life of rednecks with explosives …and appreciating Hokusai and the beauty of wood-block print. May the powers bless you, and I’m sorry I never got to ski and study under you.

    Kay-sho brother.

    Mingus

    On Wed, Jan 22, 2020, 8:59 AM The Rōbert [Cholo] Report (pron: Rō’bear Re’por) wrote:

    > Jerry Roberts posted: ““Boy Viewing Mount Fuji” by Katsushika Hokusai (Edo > period, 1839). Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk. (Gift of Charles Lang > Freer, Freer Gallery of Art) By Philip Kennicott Art and architecture > critic Jan. 22, 2020 There are a ” >

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