Japanese motif by Utagawa Kuniyoshi as wall poster
The mural Bando Shuka from IXXI brings a piece of Japanese history into the four walls at home. Kuniyoshi is one of the most important artists of the late Edo period, one of the longest periods of peace in Japanese history. The original motif shows the greengrocer's daughter Oshichi and Ichikawa Danjuro VIII as Dozaemon Denkichi in the play "Koimoyou furisode myoto", which was performed in the Ichimura Theatre of that time in present-day Tokyo. The artist produced the motif as early as 1851 in Edo, now Tokyo in Japan. The original hangs in the British Museum in London, one of the world's largest and most important museums of history and culture.
The art collection of IXXI is just the right thing for art lovers and those who want to become art lovers. IXXI cooperates with the most renowned museums in the world and has a variety of images from the Renaissance to the present in its image database. The pictures, such as "Cranes on the branch of a snowy pine tree", look good hung up in your own four walls, in the entrance area of a hotel or an office building.
Material and mounting of the wall decoration
The motif is printed on square cards made of synthetic Synaps paper. It convinces with its water-repellent, tear-resistant and UV-resistant properties. The cards are linked with the connecting pieces and then attached directly to the wall with the included hanging strips and Tesa Powerstrips, without tools and annoying drilling. The cards can be easily replaced or supplemented.
The motive Bando Shuka by Utagawa Kuniyoshi as wallpaper from IXXI is available in the size 140 x 100 cm.