Opt for this reproduction of a geisha print, it will embellish your living room
The art of ukiyo-e appeared in the 1600s with the first prints. This art was presented in the form of paintings or engravings . He was inspired by Buddhism. Originally, it transcribed a sad thought. Then, it evolved into representations of pleasure.
Geishas are among the most widely represented symbols in these paintings. They recall the Japanese tradition, the codes of presentation and the introduction to all forms of art: theater, dance...
This Japanese painting depicts a geisha carefully made up, styled and dressed. It is part of a triptych (three paintings). We see her in the company of another geisha. And on the third board, she writes and reflects.
- Package includes a Japanese print replica
- The image is printed on cotton canvas for a contemporary look
- The wall canvas is rolled up in cardboard packaging in the form of a tube to ensure a hassle-free delivery
Here are some ideas for a personal and sophisticated interior design :
💯 We recommend that you take measurements of the location before ordering the wall decor . We also recommend that you choose a position at eye level.
💯 The package does not come with a frame but nothing prevents you from putting one on for a more traditional effect.
💯 This print representation is available in several sizes to suit different interior spaces. Light and easy to handle, it is very easy to hang.
💯 The photo printed on canvas gives an artistic look that recalls the precursors of the art of the image of the floating world ( ukiyo-e art).
💯 If you want to acquire the third painting in the triptych, take a look at the writer's print . It symbolizes a pensive geisha, in full writing.
💯 To discover our entire selection, go to the Japanese print collection and make your choice among many representations inspired by the traditional era.
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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