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"Chinese Ship" Print
Ukiyo-e, "pictures of the floating world", is a
genre of Japanese woodblock prints (or woodcuts) and paintings
produced between the Tokugawa or Edo Period (1615-1868). They were
mass produced and meant for mainly townsmen, who were generally not
wealthy enough to afford an original painting. The original subject
of ukiyo-e was city life, in particular activities and scenes from
the entertainment district; featuring motifs of landscapes, tales
from history, the theatre and pleasure quarters.
- Contributor: Unknown
- Year: 1861
- Themes: Japanese, Chinese, Asia, Boats-Sailboats
- Vertical Portrait Orientation
- Art Type: Fine art print, canvas, framed wall art, giclee print
- Country of Origin: Japan
- ISBN: 0-587-01809-7
- All canvases ship ready to hang on 3/4 in. wood stretchers (2
in. for Heavy Duty), with the exception of unstretched canvas
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