Student’s Name: Instructor’s Name: Class Name: Date when Due: Career profile picture 1.2a. Facts: Hokusai was born in an artisan Japanese family. His father Nakajima Ise made mirrors. The mirrors were mostly used for the Shogun which was beneficial for Ise since it generated quite some income to the family. 1.2b. Examination: At the age of Six Hokusai had already learned about the art of making mirrors from his father. Apparently Hokusai’s first painting works resonated on mirrors and its respective designs 1.2c. images: next page 1.2a. Facts: The early life of and which was under a certain condition and in the background and the mountain is seen. The image has impressed many people and countries. The work had three elements which are the mountain which was a symbol of sacred place see and the boats. This work has been a joy to watch. 1.2c. images: next page Images Book on a wood Mount Fuji Woman on the Mirror 876300180975 Work Cited Longbottom Kerry. From Mountain to Mountain: Mount Fuji as International Icon. Diss. 2015. Finley Carol. Art of Japan: wood-block color prints. Lerner Publications 1998. [...]
Facts: Personal and cultural circumstances relevant to the designer’s career. * Such factors may include the designer’s formal education, family, and environment; the designer’s general philosophies, theories, and other beliefs; the social and cultural values of the era; the political climate and events at the time; arts; technologies; etc. 1.2b. Examination: Analyze and specifically explain, with examples, why and how each of these circumstances have – or, speculatively, may have – significantly affected your designer’s career and creative development. 1.2c. Provide relevant images.