Acquires this gorgeous reproduction of geisha style print from the Edo period
Print is a woodcut
technique born in the 17th century. This decorative art is inspired by the ukiyo-e current. Translated as an image of the floating world, the drawings of the time reproduced imaginary scenes of sadness and bitterness.
Gradually, representations of pleasure took the place of melancholy drawings. This style was particularly popular in the city of Yoshiwara, which has become an entertainment district for middle-class people.
depicts a geisha dressed in a period kimono. The women artists of the archipelago are known to be educated, introduced to art but also to the codes of presentation, from an early age.
The package contains a canvas inspired by traditional prints
The printing of the visual is made on a canvas called canvas, made of cotton
is wrapped in a cardboard tube to protect it from transport
Here are some recommendations for a beautiful
Japanese interior decoration
💯 Before ordering this
, we strongly advise you to measure the dimensions of the chosen location. We also advise you to opt for a place at eye level.
💯 The delivery of the print is not included with the frame. But if you want, you can add one. It will give the
a touch of time.
💯 You can choose the size of this
according to your interior design. Lightweight and easy to handle, you will have no trouble hanging it up.
allows you to highlight the depth of the colors and will not have any reflection. It is ideal for long wear over time.
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