36 Views Of The Eiffel Tower – Inspired By Hokusai And Monet

When renowned Japanese artist and printmaker Hokusai (1760-1849) was in his seventies he produced what is his crowning achievement — a series of wood-block landscape prints known as Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, depicting the famous Japanese mountain from different vantage points and in various weather. The series started out with what is arguably the most well-known Japanese print of the era, The Great Wave off Kanagawa.

The Great Wave off Kanagawa

Hokusai influenced the Impressionist painters — Manet and Monet each amassed a collection of the Japanese artist's prints — and the later Art Nouveau movement. In that spirit we present 36 Views Of The Eiffel Tower in three sections. All of the photos in this series are by Mark Craft.

36 Views Of The Eiffel Tower

Part I – Views 1 To 12

Eiffel Tower from Trocadero, 2007 Eiffel Tower from Trocadero, 2007

Les Demoiselles of the Trocadero, 2017 Les Demoiselles of the Trocadero, 2017

From a Bateau, on a Champagne Cruise, 2017 From a Bateau, on a Champagne Cruise, 2017

Eiffel Tower from Île aux Cygnes, 15th Arrondissement, 2007 Eiffel Tower from Île aux Cygnes, 15th Arrondissement, 2007

Bastille Day, 2015 Bastille Day, from the 16th, 2015

Eiffel Tower Memorabilia, Port Debilly, 16th Arrondissement, 2010 Eiffel Tower Memorabilia, Port Debilly, 16th Arrondissement, 2010

Tour Eiffel and Tour Montparnasse, 2006 Tour Eiffel and Tour Montparnasse, 2006

Askew in 2017 Eiffel's Creation Askew in 2017

Above the Rooftops of the 7th, 2005 Above the Rooftops of the 7th, 2005

Avec le Carrousel, 2015 Avec le Carrousel, 2015

From Belleville, 2010 From Belleville, 2010

At l'Etoile, Place Charles de Gaulle, 8th Arrondissement, 2014 At l'Etoile, Place Charles de Gaulle, 8th Arrondissement, 2014

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