What if you decorated your interior with Japanese prints? This geisha is part of a triptych.
The origin of Japanese prints is part of the Ukiyo-e universe. This artistic movement symbolizes the image of the floating world, a world made of sadness and bitterness. The woodcuts are inspired by the culture of Buddhism. Gradually, the themes represented are approaching the notion of pleasure.
This artistic movement gained momentum in the Yoshiwara Pleasure District during the Edo period, an era ruled by the Tokugawa Shogunate (Commander). This place is very popular with the middle class who take advantage of brothels and kabuki theaters.
This Japanese canvas symbolizes a geisha surrounded by flames. Fire is one of the 5 elements ranked in ascending order of power: earth, water, fire, wind, and void. A 6th element is sometimes mentioned: consciousness. This work represents the power of feminine beauty. It is part of a series of 3 paintings.
- Package contains a Japanese print reproduction
The illustration is painted on a cotton canvas
- The wall canvas comes in a tube for easy transport
Find our tips for decorating your apartment with taste:
💯 We recommend that you measure the space dedicated to the future Japanese painting in order to choose the appropriate size (3 possible formats).
💯 We do not ship a frame with this decorative canvas , but there is no reason why you can't add one for an even more traditional effect.
💯 Lighter and easier to handle than a traditional print , canvas can be hung on and off with ease. You can even put it on a piece of furniture or on the floor.
💯 The cotton that makes up this interior decoration allows the absorption of colors and offers a matte finish without reflection.
💯 Want to discover our range of wall decorations ? Go to our collection of Japanese prints and opt for one or more replicas.
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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