No more boring grey or black microfibre lens cloths that always get lost - keep this gorgeous lens cloth of Hokusai's The Great Wave off Kanagawa, made around 1830, handy for cleaning your glasses or gift to an art-lover.
- 150 mm x 180 mm
- by museum made, comes flat packed with description
Meet Hokusai Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) broke new ground in the field of ukiyo-e, or 'pictures of the floating world' and is renowned for his landscapes: the fine skill they required in composition, colour, and line, as well as their more intangible qualities, the distillation of nature in a precise moment. Breaking from tradition, he would sometimes outline the keyblock with blue ink rather than black—and as well, moved residence and changed his name frequently. He began his most renowned work at the age of 70, in his prolific final decade.