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A lovely landscape. Beautiful blossoms. A monumental Mount Fuji. Soak up the scenic scene from Hokusai’s epic series Thirty-Six Views, 1830-32 on the Fuji from Gotenyama recycled bumbag. © Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Katsushika Hokusai was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter, and printmaker. Epic paintings. Divine drawings. Wondrous woodblock prints. Katsushika Hokusai was born around 1760 in what is now Tokyo and until the present day continues to inspire and influence artists around the world.
Can carry 3 kg (6.6 lbs).
Size is 30 x 15 x 2 cm (11.8" x 5.9" x 0.79").
Adjustable strap is 52 - 92 cm (20.5" - 36.2").
Outer material is made of 100% recycled taffeta by GREEN CIRCLE® certified.
Inner material and strap is made of recyclable PE.
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified.
In 2008, the Fresno Art Museum Gift Shop closed its doors after being an institutional mainstay since the early 1970s. It was with great anticipation and excitement that we re-opened the FAM Museum Store on December 4, 2018. Michele Ellis Pracy, the Museum's Executive Director & Chief Curator, has invited selected local and regional artists to sell original artwork, one-of-a-kind jewelry, and artful utilitarian objects from lamps to soaps. The FAM Museum Store carries some unique ancillary products branded with the FAM logo. A children's section includes museum-relevant to-do projects, books, and art.
In the late 1940s, a group of local artists formed the Fresno Art League to provide a facility to exhibit and critique each other’s work and to share their enthusiasm for art. The League gathered support for their organization from the community, and in 1949, the Fresno Arts Center was incorporated. In 1960, after years of planning, the Fresno Arts Center building in Radio Park at First Street and Clinton Avenue was dedicated. The Fresno Arts Center became an active venue for art exhibitions and educational programs including artist talks, workshops, and art classes for children and adults. A mission statement, goals, and objectives were developed. In 1973 the Arts Center was granted accreditation by the American Association of Museums (now, American Alliance of Museums) after an extensive study of the organization, finances, staff expertise, programs, care and storage of the permanent collection, and physical facilities. In 1985 the Board of Trustees changed the Center’s name to the Fresno Arts Center and Museum. The name was changed again to the Fresno Art Museum in 1988, following a suggestion from the American Association of Museums that was made during the re-accreditation process. Over the ensuing years, the Museum has continued to maintain its accreditation, most recently being reaccredited in 2016.
2233 North First Street Fresno CA 93703
Museum Store Hours
Saturday & Sunday