Bronze, red, cream, sage and black make this woodblock print of bamboo stems and leaves a very striking and unusual print for a lucky wall.
A brilliant original handmade Japanese woodblock print that has such a beautiful print quality.
Woodblock prints are made by hand carving a wooden block with a design. The design is inked up in single or multiple colours. Handmade Japanese rice paper is then placed on top and a baren (circular hand press) is rubbed repeatedly over the back of the paper to transfer the ink to make the print. Often multiple wooden blocks are used to make an image. Japanese rice paper absorbs the inks like no other paper type and this makes the colours of the prints intense and rich.
This Japanese woodblock print comes from a collection of designs made by the best Japanese artists of the early 20th century. They were pioneers of modern design and very ahead of their time. Claude Monet collected Japanese woodblock prints. - There are few better people to give you confidence in appreciating the beauty and merit of Japanese woodblock prints.
Buy this wall art for nature-lovers, gardeners and art-lovers, give this unique art print as a birthday, wedding, valentine, anniversary, mother's day, father's day or corporate gift - or make yourself smile with this wonderful self-treat for your home. This treasure of a woodblock print.is a gem of a picture for a lucky wall. Great for lounges, halls, landings, bedrooms and dining rooms.
Very rare. Buy this and enjoy!
Comes mounted and unframed.
To preserve the beauty of this woodblock print's colours and delicate paper, position this print out of direct sunlight, away from a radiator / heat source and away from moist rooms such as a kitchen/bathroom/conservatory.
Water based inks printed over 100 years ago onto handmade washi paper.
Acid-free, conservation-grade, antique white mountboard.
Woodblock print: 8.9 x 13.9 cms. Mountboard surrounding the print has a 10.5cms border on all sides. External size of mountboard: 29.9 x 34.9 cms (requires a custom-made frame).