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Japanese Art prints

  • Full moon and blossoms: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The plum blossom expresses enduring happiness. Used as a congratulatory symbol of good luck, it represents strength, resilience, b...

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  • Kingfisher and lotus: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The lotus flower is revered for its ability to rise from the murky waters to bloom into a magnificent flower. This process symboli...

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  • Mount fuji in springtime: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: While scholars debate the origin of the sacred mountain’s name “fuji”, one of the most commonly accepted is that the name sounds s...

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  • Asakusa rice fields cat: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th century Japanese print artists. In 1856, Hiroshige “retired from the world”...

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  • Beauty and mirror: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The artist Hakuho Hirano portrayed Japanese women as they dress or arrange their hair, often depicted from the side or back. This ...

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  • Cat no.2: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The way cats wash their faces licking their paws and wiping their face - it is as if they are inviting good luck beckoning with th...

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  • Evening at soemon-cho: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Made of paper, and often used in festivals in the Far East, the lantern is symbolic of light, warmth, and wishes for a bright futu...

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  • Moon at ninomiya beach: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Both in the Japanese and Chinese culture, The evergreen pine is regarded as a symbol of longevity, good fortune and steadfastness....

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  • Winter willows: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The willow tree is a symbol of grace and strength. The artist Koitsu, was born in 1870, and often utilised the subtle use of light...

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  • Temple in snow: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Hasui Kawase was one of the most prolific and recognised artists of the Shin Hanga (New Print) movement. Depicted in the foregroun...

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  • Great wave: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The Great Wave off Kanagawa (1830-1833) has become the most reproduced work in Asian art. Although simple in its design, the work ...

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  • Naruto whirlpools: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Hiroshige is one of 19th century Japanese print masters. This image is from the series “Famous Views of the Sixty Odd Provinces”, ...

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  • Sudden shower: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Vincent Van Gogh created an oil painting replica of this exact image to embrace and study the style within his own art medium. The...

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  • Red collar: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The artist, Shuho (1898-1944), is well recognised within the genre of beauty portraits. Demurely passive, their eyes often turned ...

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  • Owl: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The Japanese name for owl, Fukuro, usually is written with one single character, but can also be written with the combination of t...

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  • Redstarts and cherry: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The blooming of cherry blossoms, is a symbol of purity. Their spectacular bloom is enjoyed by many, but for a short period of time...

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  • Monkey and moon: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The Japanese word for monkey, “saru’” is a homonym for the Japanese word “expel” (also pronounced saru), meaning “dispel” or “push...

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  • Monkey with insect: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: .   Conservation acid-free board included Delivered packed ready for retail Luxury pearlescent eco-certified paper Produced in ou...

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  • Lily: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The majestic lily has long held an important role in many cultures and for many centuries. The flower has been revered as a symbol...

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  • Kiyosumi garden (1938): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Stone lanterns are traditionally votive lights, with the light in the lamp representing the sacred teachings to help overcome the ...

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  • Herons in shallow water: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: In China, the heron represents strength, purity, patience and long life. In other cultures, the heron carries positive symbolisms,...

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  • Bamboo no.2: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Traditionally the bamboo has been considered as a symbol of good luck. The hollow centre signifies spirituality and purity. Green ...

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  • Bamboo no.3: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Traditionally the bamboo has been considered as a symbol of good luck. The hollow centre signifies spirituality and purity. Green ...

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  • Snow at iki province: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The pine tree is portrayed as the focal point of the snowy landscape. Both the Japanese and Chinese regard the evergreen pine as a...

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  • Herons in the snow: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The egret is appreciated as an auspicious symbol in many cultures. In China, the egret symbolises strength, purity, patience and l...

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  • Mount fuji at nihondaira: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: One of the most commonly accepted origin of the name “fuji” is that the name sounds similar to “everlasting life.” In the foregro...

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  • Hens: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The virtues attributed to the rooster include courage and honour. The rooster cries were also believed to be effective in warding ...

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  • Mount fuji and lake ashi: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: One of the most commonly accepted origin of the name “fuji” is that the name sounds similar to “everlasting life.” In the foregro...

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  • Crows in moonlight: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The carrion crow is native to Japan. According to the Japanese folk belief it was thought to be a messenger of the gods. The crow ...

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  • Egret in the rain: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The egret is appreciated as an auspicious symbol in many cultures. In China, the egret symbolises strength, purity, patience and l...

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  • Cat no.8: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The way cats wash their faces licking their paws and wiping their face - it is as if they are inviting good luck beckoning with th...

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