Serene woodblock prints of Japanese landscapes by Kawase Hasui (19831957) | Printed on Cavallini's signature Italian paper | Full-color pages throughout | Includes all major public and culturally significant
Kawase Hasui (188-1957) was a master of the shin-hanga movement, which revitalized the traditional art form of woodblock prints. Hasui is best known for his picturesque landscapes and rural scenes. Which were inspired by his sketches while traveling the countryside of Japan. Enjoy his woodblock prints in this calendar throughout the year. Small but impactful, this easel calendar is perfect to brighten up even the smallest of spaces offering a pop of personality and quick monthly reference. Fresh, fun, and exceptionally stylish, this calendar opens into a triangular shape and is perfect for display on even the most space-challenged desktop, table, or bookshelf.
- Serene woodblock prints of Japanese landscapes by Kawase Hasui (19831957).
- Printed on Cavallini's signature Italian paper
- Full-color pages throughout
- Perfect for the home or office
- Carefully curated images from the Cavallini archives
- Featuring exquisite vintage imagery throughout
- Perfect as a gift for any occasion
- Stay organized and on track all year
- Keep as frameable artwork
- Great for families, students, and professionals
I use this calendar in the guest room on the nightstand. I have some other Japanese artwork in the room and it is a nice compliment. I have gotten this calendar for the last 8 years and never fails to live up to high standards. Plus the pictures can be used after for a collage or scrapbooking! -Chloe
Love these woodblock art calendars. Over the years there have been a few instances that identical images were used in consecutive years - but then, the artwork is still great. Quality and service from calendars.com are hard to beat. -Ricky
About Cavallini Papers & Co.>
For over 25 years Cavallini has been producing the highest quality of gift and stationery products, drawing inspiration from the Cavallini archives. From 19th century anatomical charts to mid-century travel guides, from maps to botanical plates, the collection spans hundreds of years and preserves a vast variety of both everyday ephemera and rare, iconic images. The Cavallini archives are tended by founder Brad Parberry, a collector since childhood. Inspired by a year spent immersed in the culture and art of Italy, Brad began importing art calendars like the one he first purchased in Perugia. Christened after his grandmother's married name, Cavallini was first established in the historic Ferry Building in San Francisco in 1989. Since then, Cavallini's range has grown to include a variety of innovative paper products in addition to our calendars, which remain a perennial favorite. Today, Cavallini is sourced by museums, high design shops, bookstores, and other admirers of our products worldwide. Our range is a testament to Brad's lifelong reverence for the past and the delight of enduring design.
Small but impactful, an easel calendar is perfect to brighten up even the smallest of spaces offering a pop of personality and quick monthly reference. Fresh, fun, and exceptionally stylish, easel calendars are free-standing that either open into a triangular shape, or are loose leaf monthly cards sitting in a small art easel or stand. Perfect for display on even the most space-challenged desktop, table, or bookshelf. Compact and beautiful easel calendars are a delight through the entire year. After the year is over, trim and reuse the page as a note card, postcard, or framed as an art piece. Combining vibrant art with the ingeniously designed stand, easel calendars are available in an array of themes vintage, art, inspirational, Bible verses, and more as well as various sizes. See the calendar specifications for size and display type. Calendars.com has a large selection that is sure to please everyone.