The Great Wave Jigsaw Puzzle

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"The Great Wave off Kanagawa", also known as "The Great Wave" or "Under the Wave off Kanagawa," is a renowned woodblock print created by the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. Belonging to the series "Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji", this iconic work is considered one of the most recognizable and influential pieces in the history of art. The print captures a dramatic and mesmerizing scene featuring a colossal wave towering over three fishing boats in the foreground. Mount Fuji, Japan's highest peak, stands stoically in the background, partially shrouded by the wave's spray. The wave itself is characterized by its dynamic and stylized form, with curling, frothy crests that seem to leap off the paper. One of the most distinctive aspects of "The Great Wave" is its use of vibrant colors, particularly the striking contrast between the deep indigo of the ocean and the brilliant white of the crashing waves. // Image Credit: Katsushika Hokusai, 1830-32, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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