Decorate your interior with this Ukiyo-e Art replica symbolizing a Japanese warrior
Appeared at the beginning of the 17th century, Japanese print (woodcut) has gone through the ages. Three great generations have succeeded one another: the Edo period, the Meiji era and the Shin Hanga style.
Originally, this art was inspired by the ukiyo current which means floating world and symbolizes sadness. Then, he starts representing pleasure and gaining momentum in Yoshiwara. His favorite themes become geisha, samurai and rikishis.
This print reproduction symbolizes a samurai warrior. This canvas is part of a series of 3 paintings called triptych. You can see the whole sequence in it.
The package includes a reprography of a Japanese print
The print is made on a canvas (100% cotton)
The wall canvas is wrapped in a cardboard tube for a hassle-free delivery
Here are some suggestions for a Japanese interior design:
💯 We advise you to choose the location (at eye level) and measure the dimensions before ordering the Japanese canvas.
💯 The painting does not come with a frame but you can add one for a touch of tradition that will highlight it.
💯 Ultra-practical, super light and much more maneuverable than a wood print, this cotton canvas will be very easy to hang or put on a piece of furniture.
💯 Canvas is ideal for maintaining color depth over time. It is also guaranteed to be reflection-free.
💯 To discover all the reproductions inspired by ukiyo-e, take a look at our collection of Japanese prints. You will find canvases in the effigy of courtesans, geishas, samurais, wrestlers... But also calendars and landscapes.
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