Mount Haruna In Snow Hiroshige Poster 61cm x 91.5cm (24" x 36")


Product Description

One of the great masters of the Ukiyo-e tradition, Utagawa Hiroshige is world-renowned for his colour woodblock prints and landscape compositions. Mount Haruna was one of the three major mountains in Kōzuke Province, and was a pilgrimage site, where a Shinto shrine and Buddhist temple were located. This snowy scene from his series 'Famous Views of the Sixty-odd Provinces' depicts travellers crossing the bridge towards the temple, and is guaranteed to be a breathtaking focal point in any home.

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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