Bet on this drawing inspired by Japanese prints to dress up your interior
Japanese prints are paintings that marked Japanese art in the 1600s. The first ones were similar to engravings in black ink. Then the colors appeared and the first paintings with them.
The themes of these prints are related to the urban lifestyle of the archipelago. So we find geisha artists, samurai warriors, rikishi wrestlers, but also Japanese calendars and landscapes from the Land of the Rising Sun.
This replica print depicts a Rikishi ready to deliver the fatal blow. Having immobilized his opponent, he is about to knock him out with a huge cast iron object. Its superhuman strength symbolizes that of sumo wrestlers.
- The package consists of a reproduction of a Japanese print
The design is printed on a cotton canvas
- The Japanese canvas is delivered in a cardboard tube for hassle-free transport
Here are some recommendations for a nice interior design :
💯 We advise you to measure the location before ordering the Japanese canvas and to prefer a height at eye level for more harmony.
💯 We do not provide a frame with this canvas but nothing prevents you from adding one to add a touch of Japanese tradition.
💯 Opt for this lightweight and handy canvas: hanging and unhooking it will be child's play. You can also put it on a piece of furniture to decorate it with ease.
💯 Cotton canvas is recommended as it respects the depth of the colors and does not emit reflections. It is also very resistant over time.
💯 Looking for an authentic canvas? Opt for the courtesan painting . It represents a naked and tattooed woman.
💯 Discover all our inspirations through our rich and varied collection of Japanese prints . It contains numerous reproductions inspired by the Japanese way of life.
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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