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Poster Print : Birds, Trees, and Flowers, late 1500s. Creator: Kano Shoei (Japanese, 1519-1592), attributed to

Birds, Trees, and Flowers, late 1500s. Creator: Kano Shoei (Japanese, 1519-1592), attributed to



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Birds, Trees, and Flowers, late 1500s. Creator: Kano Shoei (Japanese, 1519-1592), attributed to

Birds, Trees, and Flowers, late 1500s. Unhurried contemplation of these screens ( byobu ) reveals that their appearance differs slightly. Notice the shapes of the rocks and pine trunks. The actual ink lines defining their contours and the many brushstrokes providing textual definition to forms and surfaces show two distinct hands at work in the later decades of 16th-century Kyoto. Both Kano Shoei and Kano Mitsunobu were well known throughout the country for their skills. As masters of the Kano academic painting style, they naturally favored Chinese-inspired subject matter, such as birds and flowers, rendered in emphatic ink tonalities and placed within mountainous landscape settings. As can be seen in the byobu on the right, military class patrons frequently requested scenes depicting predation, such as hunting scenes that were inserted as additional subject matter in otherwise tranquil vistas celebrating flora and fauna

Media ID 19621307

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1573 1615 And Gold On Paper Attributed To Momoyama Period Six Panel Folding Screen


A2 (59.4 x 42cm) Poster Print

A2 Poster (59.4 x 42cm, 23.4" x 16.5" inches) printed on 170gsm Satin Poster Paper. Securely packaged, rolled and inserted into a strong mailing tube and shipped tracked. Poster Prints are of comparable archival quality to our Photographic prints, they are simply printed on thinner Poster Paper. Whilst we only use Photographic Prints in our frames, you can frame Poster Prints if they are carefully supported to prevent sagging over time.

Poster prints are budget friendly enlarged prints in standard poster paper sizes (A0, A1, A2, A3 etc). Whilst poster paper is sometimes thinner and less durable than our other paper types, they are still ok for framing and should last many years. Our Archival Quality Photo Prints and Fine Art Paper Prints are printed on higher quality paper and the choice of which largely depends on your budget.

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 59.4cm x 28.4cm (23.4" x 11.2")

Estimated Product Size is 59.4cm x 42cm (23.4" x 16.5")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


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