Teahouse at Koishikawa the Morning After a Snowfall

November 12, 2019 ยท 1 minute read
A wood burning (digital pyrograph) of men and women in a teahouse looking at Mount Fuji in the morning after a snowfall. One of the famous Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji by Katsushika Hokusai.

A wood burning (digital pyrograph) of men and women in a teahouse looking at Mount Fuji in the morning after a snowfall. One of the famous Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji by Katsushika Hokusai. ๐Ÿ”Ž

Digital Pyrography is more like print making in some ways than it is like digital printing. In that respect Patrick is most inspired by the great Japanese print maker Hokusai. This print shows a beautiful view of Mt. Fuji from Koishikawa in Edo on a snowy day. It is another of the prints in the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. Men and women in the house at left enjoy the view looking out over the rooftops, one gestures towards Fuji; snow-capped in the distance. A few birds drift slowly about the sky. In the original there are three birds. The fourth “bird” in this print is a pyrographic artifact arising from the heat of the laser and the natural resins in the wood.

Width: 30 in (76 cm)
Height: 20.5 in (52 cm)
Media: 3/16 in (5 mm) white maple plywood.
Frame: Natural New Zealand white pine with dowel-jointed corners.
Price: $ 1,719.00 USD