Illuminate your interior with this Japanese oiran print
In Japan, printmaking refers to an engraving technique borrowed from China. This process uses xylography and illustrates Buddhist thought. Many works referred to the sutras (principles and commandments of the religious book).
With the arrival of colors (polychromy) during the Edo period, this art gained momentum. It was very popular with craftsmen and merchants. Illustrations of courtesans (oiran) and landscapes were then created.
This painting depicts one of these pretty women painted at the time of the Tokugawa shogunate. It is part of the period of emergence of bijin-ga paintings (painting of pretty women). Period when courtesans from feudal Japan were very popular.
The package contains a reproduction of Japanese print
The print is made on a canvas that is made of cotton
The wall decoration is delivered in a tube type packaging (cardboard) to facilitate its delivery
Here are some tips for a Japanese interior design :
💯 We recommend that you take measurements of the location and choose a place at eye level before ordering the decorative canvas .
💯 The package does not have a frame but if you want to bring a touch of traditionalism to this Japanese decoration , you can add one.
💯 The canvas is lightweight, easy to handle and easy to handle. It will be all the easier to hang it or put it on a cabinet type of dresser or console.
💯 Ideal for bringing out colors, the cotton canvas is guaranteed to be reflection-free and long-lasting.
💯 Find all of our selection in the Japanese prints collection. It consists of works illustrating the urban lifestyles of the archipelago.
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