Japanese your interior with this canvas inspired by a Japanese print of a woman
The Japanese print appeared with an artistic current named ukiyo-e. This art illustrates the themes of Japanese urban culture including the painting of pretty women (bijin-ga).
This Japanese painting is inspired by traditional engraving techniques and depicts three beautiful women enjoying the flourishing nature of the archipelago, represented by a tree and its cherry blossoms.
Among all the ukiyo-e artists, Utamaro is known for having made a very large number of performances of courtesans. The latter inspired several Japanese artworks between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries.
The package includes a Japanese print replica
The print is made on a canvas (100% cotton) allowing the adhesion of pigments and a long-lasting shine
The wall decoration is packaged in a quality cardboard tube for accident-free delivery
Here are some tips for a harmonious Japanese decoration :
💯 Choose a location at eye level and take measurements before ordering this pretty japanese woman print.
💯 The wall decoration does not come with a frame but you can add one to add a traditional touch.
💯 This replica Japanese print is lighter, more maneuverable and will be easier to hang in your home than a vintage painting.
💯 The cotton canvas is resistant and will sustainably sublimate the colors of this ukiyo-e artwork .
💯 Find all our inspirations in the Japanese printcollection, a selection of the most beautiful works inspired by the Edo period.
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