Have a look to this Japanese geisha kimono print and dress up your interior in the fashion of Japan
This work of art is inspired by ukiyo-e : a woodcut method consisting of 4 steps: drawing, engraving, printing and publishing. Born during the Edo period, this technique has gradually been abandoned in favor of painting.
Among the different representations of the time, we find traditional themes: geisha, samurai, sumos or landscapes. Geishas, not to be confused with courtesans, are artists in the land of the rising sun.
This Japanese canvas is part of a series of 4 paintings (quadriptych). It represents two geisha dressed in a traditional kimono. Art and fashion are very close and feed on each other. The emblematic clothing of the archipelago was a sign of wealth and belonging to a wealthy social class.
The package consists of a replica of Japanese print
The design is printed on a cotton canvas that brings out the depth of the colors
The wall decoration is transported in cardboard packaging in the form of a tube for accident-free delivery
Here are some tips for a neat interior design:
💯 We invite you to choose a location at eye level, above the sofa or the furniture in the entrance for example. Think about measuring the dimensions before ordering the decorative canvas.
💯 The replica is not included with the frame. However, you can add one to add a traditional and authentic touch.
💯 This modern print comes in different sizes. It also has the advantage of being lighter and more maneuverable than a woodcut.
💯 The technique of printing on canvas is ideal for bringing out colors without having reflections as can be seen on photographic papers.
💯 Take a look at our many ukiyo-e prints inspired canvases in our print collectionfull of traditional symbols.
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