Hokusai Katsushika's The Great Wave

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The “Great Wave” was created by Japanese painters, Hokusai Katsushika of 19th century. It was the first outline for a progression of initially 36 popular perspectives of Mount Fuji, Japan's consecrated mountain.
This painting demonstrates a somewhat sensational scene. An enormous wave is swapping more than three modest, long and thin boats confined with fishermen. Mount Fuji is topping out of sight—little, extremely quiet, and untouched by the dramatization unraveling in the ocean two or three dozen miles away. At first look one conceives that the people in their little water crafts are destined to die in the ocean. In any case, they are presumably not. The fishermen in this design don't look froze. In actuality, they look like hanging to

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