Hokusai Great Wave Art Hipster Bag
Great Wave Art Hipster Bag with Adjustable Straps, Zipper Top and 2 Exterior Pockets
9” High x 7” Wide
Hokusai Art Print
2 Exterior Pockets
Adjustable Straps – Wearable as a Cross Bag
This cool hipster bag is printed with Hosukai's famous The Great Wave painting. The back of this exceptionally designed art bag is crafted of wonderfully textured jute, the inside is fully lined and the top zipper will keep contents safe. You will love the handy back pockets too! There is a rear zip pocket for securing little necessities and the second pocket is the perfect size for keeping a phone or small tablet handy. This well-designed art handbag also has an adjustable strap so it can be worn over the shoulder or as a crossbody bag.
The Great Wave Katsushika Hokusai - October 31, 1760 (exact date questionable) May 10, 1849 was born to an artisan family in Edo, now known as Tokyo, Japan. He started painting at the age of 6, became an apprentice to a woodcarver at age 14 and at 18 was accepted into the studio of Katsukawa Shunshō, head of the Katsukawa school. It was here where he mastered the art of Ukiyo-e, a popular style of woodblock printing and started developing his own line of prints. This famous print was published sometime between 1829 and 1833 and was Hokusai's first print in the Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji series. It is Hokusai's most famous work, and one of the most recognizable works of Japanese art in the world.