Japanese Geisha print

Japanese Geisha print

Regular price $26.99

Opt for this Japanese geisha print replica inspired by the art of the floating world

Born during the Edo period, the art of the floating world meant an atmosphere of sadness and bitterness before being revisited under the prism of pleasure. This artistic trend is inspired by varied universes such as geisha, samurai or landscapes.

On this canvas, we can see two geishas, one of which holds in his hands a precious document rolled up and tied with a ribbon. An emblematic figure of the ukiyo-e print , the geisha represents the Japanese woman educated in art and the codes of presentation, very present in culture.

Popularized in Japanese culture, the symbol of the geisha is taken up by many artists and has even been the subject of a film, “Memory of a Geisha"which features the frolics of a Japanese woman during the Edo period.

  • The package contains a replica of a Japanese print
  • The artwork is printed on a cotton canvas that highlights the colors of this traditional painting
  • This wall artwork is delivered in a cardboard tube to protect the canvas during transport

Here are some tips for a beautiful decorative arrangement:

💯 Take measurements of the location chosen to hang this canvas picture before ordering and prioritizes eye height so that it is harmonious.

💯 This print type reproduction does not come with a frame but you can add one to give it a character borrowed from tradition.

💯 Very easy to handle and ultra-light, this cotton canvas will decorate your interior with a sober, authentic and resolutely artistic Japanese touch.

💯 The cotton used on canvas is ideal for bringing out colors and giving more life to this unique decorative object.

💯 Find all the works in our collection of Japanese prints and let yourself be carried away by the image of the art of the floating world.

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