Choose this Japanese print symbolizing a warrior and his tattoo
printing is a woodcut
technique that appeared during the Edo period: 1606-1868. It is inspired by the image of the floating world (ukiyo-e). This art uses xylography and the themes it addresses revolve around the Japanese urban lifestyle.
The precursors of this technique are artists who have succeeded one another for more than 300 years, proof of its timeless character. Among the representations, there are many portraits. And especially
, geisha and sumo wrestlers (rikishis).
depicts a samurai looking behind his back. He wears a tattoo that depicts a dragon. This animal is known to be very protective in the land of the rising sun.
The package contains a replica of a
The print is made on a cotton canvas called canvas
is rolled in cardboard packaging in the form of a tube for accident-free transport
Here are some tips for a successful
💯 We advise you to measure the location before ordering the
💯 The package does not come with a frame but nothing prevents you from buying one and putting the canvas on it for a truly traditional effect.
💯 Lighter, maneuverable and manipulable than a woodcut, this
can be changed place according to your desires and move from the bedroom to the living room or from the office to the entrance.
💯 The second advantage of
is its quality: the colors retain their depth, the canvas does not reflect and the material is designed to last over time.
💯 Opt for a different style with the
that means painting pretty women and that symbolizes one of those courtesans who marked feudal Japan .
Discover all our inspirations through a wide selection of reproductions in our
Japanese and let yourself be tempted by a geisha canvas, a samurai painting or a replica of the famous Japanese landscape.
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