What if you invited this traditional print into your living room? The Maneki Neko cat will bring you happiness!
Traditional printmaking originated in Japan between the 1600s and 1800s. It refers to an engraving technique applied to a wooden board. His inspirations are spiritual and have their origin in Buddhism.
Gradually, techniques evolved. With the arrival of polychromy, woodcut gave way to painting. The themes represented are varied. You can find portraits of geishas or samurai. Others paint typical landscapes such as the Great Wave of Kanagawa or the volcano of Mount Fuji.
This Japanese painting represents Maneki Neko. This lucky cat is a cult in the Land of the Rising Sun. Numerous legends exist about its lucky virtues. It is often erected in front of shops, bars and restaurants in the cities. His statuette heralds good fortune.
- Package contains a Japanese print reproduction
The design is made on a cotton canvas called canvas
- The wall canvas is delivered in a tube for hassle-free transport
Here are some ideas for adopting this pretty Japanese decoration:
💯 First of all, think about measuring the future location of the Japanese work . You can then choose the corresponding size (3 sizes are available).
💯 The frame is not supplied with Japanese canvas but nothing prevents you from buying one to add an even more authentic touch.
💯 This wall decoration is easier to handle than a wooden print. Its lightness and maneuverability will allow you to choose any location. Its hanging will be simplified.
💯 The cotton that makes up the canvas allows you to retain colors and offer them a depth of quality. Its finish is matte and has no shiny reflections.
💯 Do you want to discover more paintings on canvas ? Take a look at our collection of Japanese prints : it will give you ideas for decorating your home.
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🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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