Woman Japanese Print

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Highlight the woman with this Japanese print, a true work of art in ukiyo-e

Discover ukiyo-e, a Japanese art borrowed from Asian culture, which highlights beauty and urban lifestyle through Japanese prints. These woodblock prints, also known as “floating world images,” are true artistic masterpieces.

This Japanese print depicts two beautiful women and is part of a triptych. This theme was particularly used by artists of the time, including Utamaro, to represent the courtesans who marked the prints of the archipelago.

By choosing this interior decoration, you are inspired by the greatest designers, engravers, printers, and publishers of the time who conceived, manufactured, and marketed these woodblock prints.

  • The package contains a faithful replica of a Japanese engraving.
  • The illustration is printed on a durable and high-quality cotton canvas (canvas).
  • The decorative artwork is delivered in a cardboard tube to avoid any damage during transportation.

Here are some ideas for tasteful Japanese decoration:

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Before ordering the canvas print, take the time to determine the ideal location, ideally at eye level, and take the necessary measurements to ensure that the print is showcased.

The package does not include a frame, but you can easily add one to add an authentic effect to this Japanese print.

This representation of a Japanese print has the advantage of being lighter and more easily manageable than a real engraving, allowing you to move it around according to your desires.

The canvas print is perfect for polychrome illustrations, offering even more vibrant color depth than traditional woodblock prints.

To vary the themes, opt for the blue canvas which represents a beautiful landscape of the land of the rising sun.

Visit our collection of Japanese prints to discover numerous eclectic representations of ukiyo-e art, ranging from eroticism to Japanese calendars, kabuki theater, and sumo wrestlers.

Woman Japanese Print

£23.48£63.50

 

Free shipping for orders over £59

  • Tracked delivery
  • 14 days money back guarantee

 

100% secure payment

Bring a Japanese touch to your interior with this canvas inspired by a Japanese woodblock print of a woman

Japanese woodblock prints, also known as ukiyo-e prints, are an art form that emerged with the ukiyo-e art movement. This art depicts themes of Japanese urban culture, particularly the representation of beautiful women (bijin-ga).

This Japanese artwork is inspired by traditional woodblock printing techniques and portrays three beautiful women enjoying the flourishing nature of the archipelago, symbolized by a tree and its cherry blossoms.

Utamaro, one of the most famous ukiyo-e artists, is known for his numerous depictions of courtesans. These have inspired many Japanese artworks from the 17th to the 20th century.

  • The package includes an authentic reproduction of a Japanese woodblock print.
  • The print is made on a 100% cotton canvas, allowing perfect pigment adherence and ensuring long-lasting brightness.
  • The wall decoration is carefully packed in a high-quality cardboard tube for safe delivery without any accidents.

Here are some tips for harmonious Japanese decoration:

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💯 Choose an eye-level location and take measurements before ordering this beautiful Japanese canvas.

💯 The wall decoration does not include a frame, but you can add one to add a traditional touch.

💯 This replica of a Japanese woodblock print is lighter and more manageable, making it easier to hang in your interior than original paintings.

💯 The cotton canvas is durable and will enhance the colors of this ukiyo-e artwork for a long time.

💯 If you’re looking for another replica inspired by bijin-ga, we recommend checking out the courtesan woodblock print. It portrays two beautiful women from the land of the rising sun.

💯 Discover all our inspirations in the collection of Japanese woodblock prints, a selection of the finest artworks inspired by the Edo period.