Japanese print with cats

Japanese print with cats

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Bet on this Japanese print: cats symbolize the way of life of the inhabitants of the archipelago

Born in the early 1600s, in the middle of the Edo period, Japanese prints were first defined by their spiritual character. Inspired by Buddhism, they gradually represented scenes from the urban daily life of the Japanese.

Among the favorite themes of the artists of ukiyo-e (artistic current of the image of the floating world) is the representation of figures of Japan such as samurai and geisha. Some cartoonists also represent Japanese tables of calendars. Finally, we see paintings of emblematic landscapes appear.

This print reproduction depicts cats illustrating scenes inspired by everyday life. It is drawn with fine lines, on a yellow background, with Japanese inscriptions “kanji"that symbolize Japanese calligraphic characters.

  • The package contains a Japanese print replica
  • The drawing is made on a 100% cotton canvas
  • The Japanese canvas is delivered in a tube for a hassle-free transport

Here are our recommendations for showing a print representation at home:

💯 We advise you to take the measurements of the chosen location before ordering this copy of Japanese painting . It comes in 4 different sizes.

💯 We do not deliver the frame with the wall canvas but it is quite possible to buy one in order to add a traditional Japanese touch.

💯 This Japanese decoration is more easily transportable than a traditional print: it is light, handy and easy to handle.

💯 The cotton that makes up the canvas retains the brightness of the colors and gives a matte effect that does not make a shiny reflection.

💯 Discover more models in our Japanese print collection that features portraits of samurai, paintings of geishas and typical landscape drawings.

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