Butterfly Japanese print

Butterfly Japanese print

Regular price $19.99

This Japanese butterfly print symbolizes the passage of the deceased to eternal life

Traditionally, Japanese print is a work of art that consists of engraving drawings on a wooden board using the technique of xylography. She arrived in Japan with the artistic trend called ukiyo-e which means image of the floating world.

The ukiyo woodcut comes from an imaginary world in which you feel sadness and bitterness. At the end of the 18th century, sad thought was replaced by the notion of pleasure. We discover engravings representing the urban way of life of the Japanese.

This replica print symbolizes the nature of the land of the rising sun. You can see iris flowers called shoubu. These flowers have inspired many artists including Hokusai who named one of his prints: Irises and Grasshoppers. The butterfly on the other hand represents the souls of the deceased.

  • The package is composed of a reproduction of Japanese print
  • The artwork is painted on a cotton canvas
  • The wall canvas comes in a tube for easy transport

Here are some tips to highlight the Japanese butterfly print:

💯 Before ordering this Japanese canvas , we invite you to measure the dimensions of the intended location. You can then choose between 3 sizes available.

💯 We do not deliver a frame with this Japanese painting but you can add one if you want to add a touch of traditionalism.

💯 The canvas is light and easy to handle. Hung on the wall, placed on a piece of furniture or simply placed on the floor, you can move it without difficulty.

💯 The cotton that makes up the decorative canvas allows to preserve the depth of the colors and give a matte and reflection-free result that will delight lovers of pictorial art.

💯 Find even more wall decorations in our Japanese print collection full of Japanese symbols.

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