Add a touch of Japan to your interior with this triptych geisha print
Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Japanese woodblock prints, an art that originated from the ukiyo-e movement. This artistic style represents the floating world, a world filled with melancholy and sadness. Woodblock prints draw inspiration from Buddhist culture and gradually evolve to depict themes related to pleasure.
This art flourished in the pleasure district of Yoshiwara during the Edo period, under the rule of the Tokugawa shogunate. This place was highly favored by the middle class, who indulged in the pleasure quarters and kabuki theaters.
This Japanese canvas portrays a geisha surrounded by flames. Fire is one of the five elements ranked in ascending order of power: earth, water, fire, wind, and void. Some even mention a sixth element: consciousness. This artwork embodies the power of feminine beauty and is part of a set of three paintings.
- The package includes a reproduction of a Japanese woodblock print
- The illustration is painted on a cotton canvas
- The wall canvas is delivered in a tube for easy transportation
Discover our tips for successful interior decoration:
💯 We recommend measuring the space reserved for your future Japanese art piece to choose the ideal size among the three available formats.
💯 Please note that this decorative artwork is delivered without a frame, but you can add one for an even more traditional effect.
💯 Lighter and more manageable than a traditional woodblock print, the cotton canvas can be easily hung or removed. You can even place it on furniture or the floor.
💯 The cotton used for this interior decoration allows optimal color absorption and provides a matte, non-reflective finish.
💯 Want to explore our range of wall decorations? Visit our collection of Japanese woodblock prints and choose one or more replicas.