JAPANESE MASTERS. Original graphic works are given a red dot, as in the Japanese flag. The red color has taken the structure of the work and together they are a tribute to the unique beauty the old masters managed to create. The graphic works date back to 18th and 19th century Japan. The reproductions are of high quality directly from the museums' archives. The motifs are chosen based on their high aesthetic level and minimalist beauty which characterizes much of Japanese craftsmanship and visual arts.
BLOSSOM, Kamisaka Sekka (1909)
ART PRINT: Art print on mat paper (230g). Delivered unframed.
FRAMED: The motif is printed as ART PRINT, mounted in an oak frame and delivered ready for hanging.