Poster of historic Japanese Art: two women with a large washtub and a hammock, washing cloth and laying it on the hammock to dry

May 16, 2014 - Comment

Museum quality reproduction of work of fine art from the Japanese Prints and Drawing Collection of the Library of Congress, 1688-1915. Emerald Honeybee offers only the BEST in quality. Our Posters are printed by a Professional Graphics Company using a MIMAKI Eco-Solvent Printer and archival inks. Which means your poster is UV protected and will

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Museum quality reproduction of work of fine art from the Japanese Prints and Drawing Collection of the Library of Congress, 1688-1915. Emerald Honeybee offers only the BEST in quality. Our Posters are printed by a Professional Graphics Company using a MIMAKI Eco-Solvent Printer and archival inks. Which means your poster is UV protected and will not fade over time. Paper used is a heavy weight, satin finish photo paper. Description of this Poster is as follows: Poster of historic Japanese Art: two women with a large washtub and a hammock, washing cloth and laying it on the hammock to dry Japanese woodblock prints and drawings, dating from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries, by such artists as Hiroshige, Kuniyoshi, Sadahide, and Yoshiiku. Subjects include actors, women, landscapes, scenes from Japanese literature and daily life, and Western foreigners. Many schools and traditions are represented, but primary strengths include the Japanese art forms known as Ukiyo-e, translated as ‘ pictures of the floating (or sorrowful) world’ ; and Yokohama-e, literally ‘ pictures of Yokohama.’

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