Let yourself be tempted by Japanese prints of breathtaking landscapes
The image of the floating world (ukiyo-e) has passed through generations. As early as the 1600s, two types of graphic representations emerged: Japanese print (woodcut) and traditional painting.
With the rise of Western influence and the explosion of colors, landscapes are increasingly represented in painting. This artistic replica is inspired by the Great Wave of Kanagawa. It symbolizes a waterfall by taking up the codes of the famous Japanese artist.
Highly prized by the aristocratic class, colorful paintings pay homage to the most beautiful sites in the country of the rising sun. This artwork is part of a triptych (set of 3 paintings).
The delivery includes a work inspired by Japanese prints
The print is made on a cotton canvas that brings out the depth of the colors
This wall decoration is transported in a cardboard tube packaging to preserve the canvas
Here are some tips for a successful interior design:
💯 Before ordering this replica print, we advise you to choose a location at eye level and measure its dimensions.
💯 The package will be delivered without a frame, which should not prevent you from adding one if you want, it will add a nice touch of traditional Japanese.
💯 Light and handy, this print reproduction will be very easy to handle and hang on the wall. It can also be placed on a shelf or a piece of furniture.
💯 Ideal for bringing out the painter's colors, the cotton canvas guarantees a long-lasting hold of the palette used.
💯 To discover all of our paintings inspired by ukiyo-e, take a look at the collection of Japanese prints and browse the different works by women, landscapes or even Japanese wrestlers.
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