Add Action to Your Living Room with this Samurai Combat on Woodblock Print
The art of Japanese woodblock print dates back to the Edo period in the 17th century. Inspired by ukiyo-e, which translates to “pictures of the floating world,” this printmaking technique features iconic characters such as samurais, geishas, sumo wrestlers, and kabuki theater actors. It also showcases iconic landscapes of Japan, like the famous Great Wave of Kanagawa or the majestic Mount Fuji.
This particular woodblock print is part of a triptych, a series of three paintings, depicting a combat scene. The central panel portrays a warrior fending off attackers from the left and right. This artwork is the third installment of this captivating series.
- The package includes a faithful reproduction of this Japanese woodblock print.
- The image is printed on a high-quality 100% cotton canvas.
- The wall decor is carefully rolled in cardboard packaging for safe delivery.
Here are some tips for perfect interior decoration:
💯 We recommend measuring the intended placement before ordering this Japanese replica.
💯 The package does not include a frame, but we advise adding one for a traditional look reminiscent of the grandest woodblock prints of the time.
💯 Lightweight and easy to handle, you can hang this woodblock print above your sofa or dresser, ideally at eye level.
💯 The cotton print gives a close resemblance to traditional engravings with deep and long-lasting colors, without any distracting reflections.
💯 If you wish to decorate your interior with a portrait, opt for the samurai canvas print. Adorned in traditional kimono, this masterpiece will bring your room to life.
💯 Discover even more canvases in our collection of Japanese woodblock prints. Some feature landscapes, while others depict iconic figures of Japanese civilization.