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Master Kitz: The Great Wave by Katsushika Hokusai

Manufacturer: Kidzaw

Model Number: 107

Recommended Age: Ages 3 to 93

Availability: Out of stock


Warning: Choking Hazard

Shipping Weight: 2.25 pounds

Model Number: 107

Product Dimensions: 5 x 17 x 5.5 inches


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The Great Wave of Kanagwa is Hokusai's most famous print that was part of the series Thirty Six Views of Mount Fuji. The series was so popular that Hokusai added 10 more prints to make the total 46 views. The Great Wave Master Kitz includes all the tools your child needs to create their own view of Mount Fuji and learning materials to deepen their understanding of the art of print making or uikyo-e as the process was known as in Japan.

A reusable art tool box with magnetic closures, 3 custom acrylic paints (child friendly), 1 textured foam roller, 1 reusable Great Wave stencil, 1 foam stamper/print maker, 1 pencil, 2 pieces of deluxe art paper, easy to understand Hokusai learning materials, and easy to follow step-by-step instructions.

Activities and outcomes:
Children create their own masterpieces and deepen their understanding of art history and the great masters.

Why we like Kidzaw:
- It’s children’s art with high aspirations
- Reusable, quality materials
- Ingenious tools for kids to paint like the masters

Kidzaw is a children's art company dedicated to educating and inspiring young artists. Their Master Kitz and Master Sculpz lines provide a fun and engaging way to expose children to the great masters and build a better foundation for their art education.

With learning materials and tools developed in the classroom over 5 years, Kidzaw’s fail proof Learn Create Share process will both engage and delight you and your child. Kidzaw was founded with a firm belief that it’s never too early to introduce children to art history and the great masters.

Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois.