Invite ukiyo-e into your living room with this print reproduction from the Edo period
Ukiyo-e is the art of the image of the floating world. It has experienced three major currents, the first of which takes place during the Edo period, in the 1600s. At that time, two types of representation could be distinguished.
The paintings were rather intended for the aristocracy and the print (woodcut ) was acclaimed by the merchant class. Among the inspirations were geisha, courtesans, kabuki theatre actors and some landscapes.
This replica of Edo painting is called bijin-ga: painting pretty women. This emblematic figure of feudal Japan was very often represented in art, and they marked the print for about 300 years. It was the artist Utamaro who did the most.
- The package contains a replica of the Japanese print
The print is made on a canvas that has the advantage of being 100% cotton
- The Japanese canvas is rolled in a cardboard tube packaging for total protection during transport
Here are some tips for a flawless interior design :
💯 Before ordering the wall canvas , we advise you to choose a location at eye level and measure its dimensions.
💯 The replica print does not come with a frame but you can buy one to bring a touch of authenticity and tradition to the portrait.
💯 Very easy to handle and handle, but also extremely light, this decorative canvas will find its place in a living room, bedroom or office.
💯 Canvas has many advantages such as giving depth to colors, avoiding glare and having a very long duration over time.
💯 If you are looking for a work in 3 parts, opt for the samurai painting of the battle triptych. It represents the first part of the sequel and symbolizes a fighter attacking.
💯 Discover all the replicas of works from the Edo period through our collection of Japanese prints . You can choose the canvas that will join your interior from a wide selection of unique representations.
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