Decorate your living room with an original Japanese print
Japanese prints are woodblock engravings that emerged during the Edo period (1603-1868) using the technique of xylography. These artworks gained popularity with the introduction of colors, depicting various themes such as urban lifestyle, pleasure, and the fantastical universe.
This erotic Japanese print portrays a nude woman with horimono tattoos, engaged in household chores and wringing a mop. It blends the everyday urban lifestyle with the concept of pleasure.
- The package includes a reproduction of a Japanese print
- The design is printed on a waterproof canvas made of cotton
- The Japanese canvas is rolled in a tube for hassle-free transportation
Here are some suggestions for successful interior decoration:
Before ordering the wall canvas, we recommend taking measurements of the chosen location. Opt for eye-level height.
This canvas print is delivered without a frame, but you can easily add one for a traditional Japanese touch.
Lighter and more manageable than a Japanese print, the cotton canvas is easy to hang in any room of the house: entrance, living room, bedroom, hallway…
The advantage of canvas art? Cotton retains the colors and gives them a beautiful matte effect. It is also highly durable over time.
If you’d like to decorate your home with a canvas featuring floral motifs, choose the samurai painting depicting a noble Japanese warrior.
To discover even more artworks, visit the Japanese print collection where you’ll find numerous illustrations inspired by the Land of the Rising Sun.