Japanese Art as Living Room Art

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a white crane flying over a tree branch in front of a brick wall with potted plants
Japanese Crane with babies by Koson Wall Hanging ⁠
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an orange bedroom with four birds hanging on the wall and two lamps in front of the bed
⭐Y E L L O W B O O S T⭐ Did you know that in some cultures, yellow symbolizes prosperity? And just look who symbolizes prosperity, according to Japanese culture? Tsuru, the Japanese crane. Mysticisms aside, the two ideas are very well together in decoration, don't you think? . Take a look at our extensive Japanese collection. You can find this poster and much more at 👉 kuriosis.com . #vintageposter #homedecor #madeinberlin #madewithstories #madewithlove #kuriosis #kuiosisposters #japanese #japa
a living room with green walls and a red couch in front of a painting on the wall
The Green Peacock made by Ohara Koson, one of the most notable artists in the shin-hanga movement in early 20th-century. 👆 Visit our profile above and visit our Japanese Collection to see more posters like this. ⠀ ⠀ #vintagemovieposter #vintageposter #vintageprint #vintagedecor #oldposters #homedecor #decor #homemadedecor #decorationideia #decoridea
a bedroom with a large bed in the middle of it and a painting on the wall
⚡ NEW ⚡ Fuji from Narusawa village by Hasui Poster, part of our extensive collection of Japanese Art 👉 kuriosis.com The Japanese artist Hasui Kawase, one of the most prominent names of the Shin-hanga movement, mainly concentrated on making watercolors of actors, everyday life and landscapes. His prints feature quiet and obscure places in urbanizing Japan. This one shows Narusawa village, a small town near Mount Fuji. It is located within the borders of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Even
a living room with pink couches and art on the wall above it, along with potted plants
⚡ NEW ⚡ Geisha with Red Collar by Yamakawa Shuho Poster, a new poster of our extensive Japanese collection 👉 kuriosis.com Yamakawa Shuho was a Japanese painter active in the Taishō and Shōwa eras, as well as a printmaker of the Shin-hanga movement. In the late 1920s, he started designing woodblock prints of beautiful women, many of which were published by Shōzaburō Watanabe, the driving force behind the Shin-hanga. The artist specialized in images of beautiful women (bijin-ga). Compared to hi
a living room with a red couch and white coffee table in front of a painting on the wall
⚡ NEW ⚡ Fireworks at Ikenohata by Kobayashi Kyochika Poster, one of our latest additions to the Japanese collection 👉 kuriosis.com Kobayashi Kiyochika was a Japanese ukiyo-e artist, best known for his woodblock prints and newspaper illustrations. His work documents the rapid modernization and Westernization Japan underwent during the Meiji period (1868–1912) and employs a sense of light and shade. He first found an audience in the 1870s with prints of red-brick buildings and trains that had p
a living room with dark blue walls and white carpeted flooring, two black tables on either side of the couch
🇯🇵 The Hour of a Dog by Kitagawa Utamaro, part of our extensive Japanese collection 👉 kuriosis.com Kitagawa Utamaro was one of the most highly regarded designers of ukiyo-e woodblock prints and paintings. He produced over 2000 known prints and was one of the few ukiyo-e artists to achieve fame throughout Japan in his lifetime. "Twelve Hours in Yoshiwara" is a series of twelve ukiyo-e prints designed by him in c. 1794. They depict scenes of courtesans in the Yoshiwara pleasure district at e
a bedroom with a bed, desk and bookshelf next to a painting on the wall
Common and Golden Carp by Koson Poster, part of our extensive Japanese Art collection 👉 kuriosis.com Koi fish are freshwater fish that originate from Eastern Asia. People in Japan believe that the koi fish symbolizes wealth, prosperity, love, successful career and good fortune 😍 Each variety is associated with one of those values. Gold koi fish represents wealth and prosperity. Metallic koi symbolizes success in business. A blue koi is thought to bring serenity. Asagi koi of blue, red, and g
a painting hanging on the wall next to a rug and potted plant in front of it
⚡ NEW ⚡ Boat Under the Bridge at Night Poster, part of our extensive Japanese Art Collection 👉 kuriosis.com Well known to many Japanese "shin-hanga" print collectors are the delightfully charming "Night Scene" series published during the early 1900s by Hasegawa Publisher in Tokyo. The Boat Under the Bridge at Night is one of the most impressive ones. This series is often spoken of as being reflective of "the essence" of prints of the early Japanese print-making "shin-hanga era". They are all
a white peacock standing on top of a wooden dresser
The rare White Peafowl made by by Ohara Koson between 1925 - 1936 it's on our Spotlight this week. 😍😍 👆 Visit our profile above and visit our Japanese Collection to see more posters like this. #vintagemovieposter #vintageposter #vintageprint #vintagedecor #oldposters #homedecor #decor #homemadedecor #decorationideia #decoridea
a blue chair sitting in front of a white wall with a framed painting on it
🐸 Samurai Frogs by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Poster, a funny and meaningful addition to your home decor. Utagawa Kuniyoshi was one of the last great masters of the Japanese ukiyo-e style of woodblock prints and painting and also considered one of the godfathers of manga. We have some of Kuniyoshi's posters in our Japanese collection, but the Samurai Frogs is our client´s most popular print. In this work, he put frogs where he used to draw warriors and heroes, making it surprising and funny. But this
a painting hanging on the wall above a dresser with potted plants in front of it
The Geisha in the Snow Storm, by Hasui Kawase, is one of the most representative works from the shin-hanga ("new prints") movement, which flourished in Japan from 1915 to 1942 🏯 🗾 Directed primarily at foreign markets, shin-hanga prints appealed to Western taste for nostalgic and romanticized views of Japan. Hasui Kawase mainly concentrated on making watercolors of actors, everyday life and landscapes. His prints feature locales that are tranquil and obscure in urbanizing Japan. This one
a living room with a couch and painting on the wall above it that has an ocean wave
🌊 What do you feel when you look at the Great Wave off Kanagawa? Tranquility, fear, awe? We have a lot of mixed feelings, but the main one is admiration 😍 One of the most recognizable Japanese artworks in the world, the Great Wave off Kanagawa was painted in the 19th-century by Katsushika Hokusai, an ukiyo-e artist. Hokusai's most famous work depicts a giant wave about to smash three small boats navigating off the coast of Kanagawa, with Mount Fuji rising in the background. Kanagawa is now k
Japanese Actor with blue kimono by Kunichika | Kuriosis Vintage Prints Portraits, Portrait, Japanese Traditional
Japanese Actor with Blue Kimono by Toyohara Kunichika Japanese Art Poster
Japanese Actor with blue kimono by Kunichika | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
there is a framed painting on the wall
a woman holding up a poster with an image of a wave in the ocean on it
Wave Pop Art Collection
Wave Pop Art Collection | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
a painting hanging on the wall next to a wooden floor
Daily Life in Kai Province by Hokusai Japanese Art Poster
Daily Life in Kai Province by Hokusai | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Japanese City Daily Life by Hokusai | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Japanese City Daily Life by Hokusai Japanese Art Poster Nr 1
Japanese City Daily Life by Hokusai | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Japanese Samurai with Sword by Kunichika | Kuriosis Vintage Prints Oriental
Japanese geisha with red fan by Kunichika | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Japanese Geisha with Red Fan by Kunichika Japanese Art Poster
Japanese geisha with red fan by Kunichika | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
three women carrying parasols in front of a body of water with boats on it
Sumida River by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Japanese Art Poster
On the Bank of the Samida River in Mimayagashi by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Poster | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Samurai with dark blue kimono by Utagawa Kuniyoshi | Kuriosis Vintage Prints Blue Kimono
Samurai with Dark Blue Kimono by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Japanese Art Poster
Samurai with dark blue kimono by Utagawa Kuniyoshi | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Samurai with blue kimono by Utagawa Kuniyoshi | Kuriosis Vintage Prints First Art
Samurai and red dots by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Poster | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Samurai and Red Dots by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Japanese Art Poster
Samurai and red dots by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Poster | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Geisha and a fan by Utamaro Kitagawa | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Geisha Holding a Comb by Kitagawa Utamaro Japanese Art Poster
Geisha and a fan by Utamaro Kitagawa | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Geisha Fumiyomu Onna by Utamaro Kitagawa | Kuriosis Vintage Prints Giclee Print
two geisha women in kimonos, one holding a fan and the other sitting down
Two Geishas and a Green Fan by Utamaro Kitagawa
Two Geishas and a Green Fan by Utamaro Kitagawa Poster | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
a white room with some plants and a bench
Samurai and Blue Sword by Kunichika | Kuriosis Vintage Prints Manga, Blue Sword, Japan Painting, Rennaissance Art, Free Illustration Images, Samurai Art
Samurai and Blue Sword by Kunichika Japanese Art Poster
Samurai and Blue Sword by Kunichika | Kuriosis Vintage Prints
Dacing Gueixa by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Poster | Kuriosis Vintage Prints Asian Art