“Fine Wind, Clear Weather (Gaifû kaisei), also known as Red Fuji” Katsushika Hokusai. 1830-1831- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
With a long rich history, Japanese woodblock prints are sources of inspiration for everything from tattoos to reimagined video games characters. And while we’ve already shared how the Library of Congress has made their ukiyo-e available free online, a new database brings together over 220,000 examples of the art form.
Source:: My Modern Met