You can now download 2,500 Japanese woodblock prints online
10 monthes ago - By Dazed Digital
The United States' national library have made 2,500 Japanese woodblock prints available to download in an effort to make art accessible to the public.
The prints include the work of Katsushika Hokusai, whose famous “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” (1832) print inspired the little wave emoji on your phone.
The Library of Congress, which was established in 1800 before Hokusai's “Great Wave” came into existence, has
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