The Seven Ri Beach Hiroshige Poster 61cm x 91.5cm (24" x 36")

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Utagawa Hiroshige is considered the last great master of the ukiyo-e tradition. Ukiyo-e is a Japanese art movement from the Edo period, renowned for woodblock printing and painting. Ukiyo-e translates as 'Pictures from the Floating World'. This beautiful maxi poster depicts waves crashing on the shore of the Seven Ri Beach. The beach was a popular subject for ukiyo-e artists as it offered a clear view of both Mount Fuji and Enoshima. This stunning poster is guaranteed to look amazing in absolutely any setting.

Add gloss lamination to protect and display your poster

  • Protects your picture from dirt, grease and moisture
  • Easy to put up and take down without damaging your poster
  • Great way to display your poster without framing
  • Professionally sealed inside two sheets of laminate
  • Attractive glossy finish

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