Put some action in your living room with this samurai fight print
Japanese printing is an engraving technique used by a handful of artists at the dawn of the Edo period, in the 1600s. It is inspired by ukiyo-e art which means “image of the floating world”.
This era was modeling samurai, geisha, sumo wrestlers, kabuki theatre actors, but not only. It could also represent cult landscapes in the land of the rising sun such as the Great Wave of Kanagawa or Mount Fuji.
This work is part of a triptych (suite of 3 paintings) that represents a battle scene. The middle picture depicts a warrior trying to repel his opponents on the left and right. This canvas is the third one.
The package contains a reproduction of Japanese print
The image is printed on a canvas, 100% cotton
The wall decoration is rolled up in cardboard packaging for a hassle-free delivery
Here are some tips for a perfectly neat interior design:
💯 We recommend that you take measurements of the chosen location before ordering this Japanese replica.
💯 The package does not have a frame but we advise you to add one if you want to have a traditional rendering, worthy of the greatest prints of the time.
💯 Lightweight, easy to handle and handle, you can hang it over your sofa or chest of drawers, ideally at eye level.
💯 The print on cotton will give a style close to traditional prints, respecting the depth of the colors, guaranteed without reflection with a long lasting hold over time.
💯 Discover even more canvases in our Japanese printscollection. Some represent landscapes, others are key players in Japanese civilization.
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