Hiroshige Spring

Hiroshige Spring

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Print Size: 11.75" x 17.25" (1/2"~1" additional outer border) 

Sougara Yuzen paper is a type of traditional Japanese decorative paper that embodies the artistry and elegance of Yuzen dyeing techniques. Originating from Kyoto, Yuzen is a method historically used for kimono fabric, characterized by its intricate and colorful designs often inspired by nature, such as flowers, birds, and seasonal motifs.

Whether used for crafting, decoration, or as a thoughtful gift, Sougara Yuzen paper brings a touch of elegance and tradition to any project, making it a cherished item for art enthusiasts and admirers of Japanese culture alike.

Utagawa Hiroshige was one of the most prominent ukiyo-e artists. He is best known for his series of prints The 53 Stations of the Tokaido (1832–1833). His influence was not limited to Japan. Hiroshige's work influenced Europe's Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, including Van Gogh, who copied two of his prints in oil paint.

This reproduction of Hiroshige's Arashiyama Manka is from the series "Famous Places in Kyoto/Kyoto Meisho No Uchi" displaying figures enjoying a boat ride while the Spring cherry blossoms are in full bloom at Arashiyama. The print is silk-screened onto high quality Japanese Washi. 



Kyoto Meisho No Uchi Arashiyama Manka

Utagawa Hiroshige

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