Japanese woodcut

Explore the beauty of Japanese woodcut art and learn about the top ideas and techniques used by artists. Discover how you can create your own stunning woodcut prints with this traditional Japanese art form.
The print of the lilies is originally from an old Japanese book with patterns and designs for craftsmen. The two woodblock prints that are combined here would serve as inspiration for decorating arts and craft products like kimonos and making textile prints and embroidery. Japanese woodcut prints have gained a new interest and popularity in Scandinavia and are often used in a Japandi style interior. Vintage, Design, Inspiration, Art, Vintage Japanese, Dekoration, Woodcut, Lily, Woodcuts Prints

The print of the lilies is originally from an old Japanese book with patterns and designs for craftsmen. The two woodblock prints that are combined here would serve as inspiration for decorating arts and craft products like kimonos and making textile prints and embroidery. Japanese woodcut prints have gained a new interest and popularity in Scandinavia and are often used in a Japandi style interior.

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Mike van Straten
Kurobe River by Hiroshi Yoshida (1876 - 1950) Angkor, Art, Illustrators, Japanese Artists, Japanese Art Prints, Japan Art, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Japanese Prints, Hiroshi Yoshida

Dramatic view of the Kurobe River rushing through the Japanese Alps, the water cascading and foaming around large boulders and stones in the riverbed. The rocky shore is deep in shadow, with sunlight illuminating the trees in the distance around a bend of the river. A fantastic design, beautifully composed and colored.Signed - Later Yoshida studio printing signed with chop (not pencil) in English in the margin and Japanese within the imageTitled - Kurobe River, in Japanese in margin

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Bahari Md Shah
Fuji Arts Japanese Prints - The Ballad of Ushiwakamaru and Joruri, 1887 by Chikanobu (1838 - 1912) Oriental, Art, Japanese Prints, Japanese Art Prints, Japanese Artwork, Japanese Aesthetic, Japanese Traditional, Japanese, Japanese Drawings

Charming scene from the tale of the samurai Ushiwakamaru (the future Minamoto no Yoshitsune) and Princess Joruri. According to the story, Ushiwakamaru came across her home while traveling, becoming entranced by the beautiful young maiden, and the pair fell in love. The princess stands inside the doorway, shyly holding her sleeve to her mouth, her beautiful kimono trailing onto the floor around her. An attractive setting with handsome architectural detail in the palace.

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Amanda Marques