Art for Easy Decorating: Iconic paintings, drawings, and photographs only accessible behind glass, in a museum or on a poster print are now available for you to bring into your home the Fathead way. The The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai Canvas Print is a perfect addition to your décor, turning any room into a curated museum. Forget a cheap Katsushika Hokusai, The Great Wave off Kanagawa paper print, Fine Art Fathead Canvas Prints are easy to put up, with included hardware and dust-cover, and look more authentic than a poster. So go with Fathead Fine Art canvas prints. FOR REAL.
Artist's Bio: Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) was a Japanese artist and printmaker of the ukiyo-e ("pictures of the floating world") tradition.
Product Date: c.1830-1833
Historical Facts: One of the most recognized works of Japanese art, this woodblock print is from Hokusai's first series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji.
Location of Artwork: Musée Claude Monet, Giverny, France
Category: Old Masters
Subjects: Landscape/Scenic, Surrealism
What It's Made Of: Fine art by Sm/ART are museum quality images that are made of tough high-grade vinyl that's tear and fade resistant, so you can be assured your eye catching artwork will stay strong. And if the thought of moving your masterpieces scares you, have no fear, because they use a low-tack adhesive that can be easily moved and reused without any damage to your wall.
Suggested Uses: These Sm/ART fine art images are designed to mix and match into your won customized modular system. Make sure you apply them to a clean, smooth, interior surface, your SM/ART fine art loves them and you'll love the way it sticks. We recommend putting it somewhere where everyone can see it so you can show everyone you're the artsy type. SM/ART Fine Art makes for the perfect home décor to transform any room in minutes and they add sophistication.
Where Not To Stick It: So we've told you where to put your SM/ART fine art but we haven't told you where not to. For those curious folks who may want to try to stick them in clever places like on your car or on your garage, you may want to rethink your decorating technique because to be honest, it won't stick or stay there for very long. Lastly, you don't want your Fathead to stick to itself, let's just put it this way, your Fathead will not let go without a fight.