070512. 7/46, Thirty-six Views of Bath Abbey. My tribute to Hokusai’s Fugaku Sanju Rokkei

May 12, 2007 at 4:21 AM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Bath Abbey, Cathedrals and churches, Foggy & Misty, Fugaku Sanju Rokkei, Hokusai, Overcast, somerset, Towers, Walcot | 10 Comments

See the series so far!

Koshu Kajikazawa
View of Bath Abbey and Bath looking south from St Stephen’s Church tower in Walcot compared with Hokusai’s Koshu Kajikazawa. The hill covered in the background fog is Lyncombe Hill and Beechen Cliff.

The little white dormers and chimney caps resemble the foamy waves but perhaps this is not the best match. Should I have gotten someone to stand on those trees and fish, or erect a electric/telephone pole and cast out lines down to the city?


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  1. Love, love, love the fog. Such a clean, crisp feeling.

  2. i love the thought behind this idea. pat yourself on the back young man. bravo! rather?

  3. I love the Japanese art below. I am a huge fan of Japanese art, especially those by Murakami. I was at a gallery yesterday that exhibited Murakami’s work. I will post those next week.

  4. Oish, I’d hate to drive in this. Is Bath Abbey on the left?

  5. yep, bath abbey is just left off center and i’d hate to drive through the city in a yugo too.

  6. WOWJ!!!

    Amazing series…love the connection to the paintings!


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