Want to decorate your home with a figure from Japan? Go for this samurai on print!
technique that was born more than 400 years ago, when Tokyo was called Edo. The manufacturing steps of this work were 3: drawing, engraving and printing. Then craftsmen and merchants were in charge of selling it.
Among the themes acclaimed by his artists (Hokusai, Utamaro, Hiroshige...), that of
came back frequently. An emblematic figure of the Japanese archipelago, this warrior was considered a brave and brave fighter.
replica print is
part of a triptych (3 paintings). It represents a samurai from feudal Japan. He swapped his armor for the traditional Japanese garment: the kimono. This representation symbolizes the upper social class of the archipelago, to which the middle class is very sensitive.
The package includes a reprography of a
The design is printed on a 100% cotton canvas
is packaged in a cardboard tube for easy transport
Here are some recommendations for a great
💯 Before choosing the size and ordering the
, we advise you to choose a location at eye level and measure it.
💯 Delivered without frame, this
can be placed as is or can be framed to add a touch of traditionalism.
, the canvas is light, easy to handle and easy to handle. You can change it according to your desires without it being too complicated.
💯 The advantage of
is that it respects the depth of the colors. Moreover, it does not reflect. Its wear is long lasting.
💯 If you have a big white wall, go for the
. It is part of a suite of 3 paintings that you can hang at the same height or staggered for a modern style.
Discover our most beautiful reproductions in our collection of
. All the figures of Japanese society are represented there: courtesans, geishas, theater actors, sumo wrestlers...
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