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Skeleton Spectre, by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

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Note: Due to the age of the original art piece, this design has signs of distress. Please look carefully at the product photos before purchasing.

Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Date: 1843-1847
Artist Kuniyoshi painted a vibrant scene where Princess Takiyasha is reciting a spell after the death of her father. She summoned a giant skeleton (Gashadokuro) to menace her father’s enemies. 

The popular 17th century art style Ukiyo-e style of Japanese Woodblock prints are revealed in our three newest additions to our Artist Series. Woodcuts are a type of relief printing into a block of wood that is carved. Ink is applied to the raised areas and pressed onto the paper.

 

Sizes: W x H

XXL - 48" x 24" 

Large - 36" x 18" 

Thickness: 3mm

Fabric: DuraGlyde