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These textile screen prints feature iconic Japanese paintings, recognised and loved universally across the globe.  These Ukiyoe 'pictures of the floating world' paintings were adapted for woodblock prints in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.  During the Belle Epoque period, in France where people recognised a rare and unique beauty in these elegant yet simple prints, inspiring the great Impressionists in Paris and soon spreading the passion for the works of these Japanese masters around the world, transforming them into the iconic images that we know so well today.

These screen prints are hand-prepared and mounted onto red ink stamped backboards.  They are unframed. For international customers, these textile screen prints are hand trimmed, pressed and stretched and a couriered in a secure postal tube ready for framing.

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