Invite this replica Japanese warrior print into your living room for a decoration worthy of the name
Japanese printmaking is a graphic art that uses xylography. She was born in China. She came to Japan and began by illustrating Buddhism. It then developed with the emergence of colors.
To make real Japanese prints , you have to follow 4 steps. Ink drawing (shita-e), woodblock engraving, printing and finally marketing. These works illustrate recurring themes: geishas, samurai, wrestlers and landscapes.
This painting is part of a series of 3 representations. The design of this woodcut symbolizes a samurai warrior. He wears traditional clothing and a headdress. We also notice his tattoos and his offensive look, as if ready to attack.
- Package includes a Japanese print reproduction
The design is printed on a cotton canvas
- The wall canvas is rolled up in a tube for easy transport
Here are some suggestions for creating a beautiful Japanese layout :
💯 Before ordering the Japanese canvas , choose your location and calculate the measurements. We recommend that you go for a hanging at eye level.
💯 We do not ship a frame with this Japanese design but if you want to add a traditional touch, we recommend adding one.
💯 Cotton canvas , called canvas, is more manageable than an original print. You can hang it up without difficulty.
💯 Ideal for colorful representations, canvas fabric respects the depth of the colors and offers a matte complexion, very resistant over time.
💯 To accompany this print replica , treat yourself to another canvas of this Japanese triptych: the fighting painting . It also symbolizes a samurai.
💯 If you want to take a look at our selection of paintings, go to the print collection Japanese. You will find many unique and varied Japanese illustrations .
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
You have 14 days to return your item. Please contact us first via the contact form or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The after-sales service will tell you the return process.