Samurai print

Samurai print

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Regular price $30.99
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Choose this samurai print to adorn your living room with an emblem of Japan

The origin of Japanese prints dates back to the 1600s. Woodcuts have known 3 different eras: Edo, Meiji and Shin Hanga. Over the centuries, this Japanese art has transformed to the rhythm of society, from autarky to westernization.

Initially, all works were made in black and white. It was not until much later, under the influence of Western countries, that traditional engravings gave way to paintings and photography.

Inspired by traditional Japanese prints , this Japanese painting features an emblematic character of the archipelago: the samurai warrior. Known for being brave and brave, we see at the bottom right of his garment a koi carp that symbolizes masculinity and manhood.

  • The package contains a replica of a Japanese print
  • The pattern is made and printed on a 100% cotton canvas
  • The Japanese canvas is rolled in a tube for a hassle-free transport

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💯 Available in 3 sizes, we advise you to measure the future location of this wall canvas before ordering it.

💯 This painting on canvas does not come with the frame but you can add one to add a touch a little more conventional.

💯 Lighter and easier to handle than a wood print, the cotton canvas is ideal for a decoration that is easy to hang.

💯 Resistant and accelerating colors, the canvas offers a colorful and shimmering artwork for the pleasure of the eyes of all those who will pass by.

💯 Bet on a 100% Japanese interior decoration by adding the warrior painting to this samurai print .

💯 To discover even more Japanese works , go to our collection of japanese print . And opt for a replica inspired by the traditional art of the rising sun.

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