Collectible

Art Tenugui (Cotton hand-dyed cloth) Ukiyoe Hiroshige Kameido Umeyashiki

1800yen
(1944yen Tax incl. in Japan)
Points You Earn 3% (54p)
Release Date July 09, 2018
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Product Details

Catalog No.NEOART-280
JAN/ISBN 4560154636693
Product Type Collectible
Label/DistributorAsa no Ha (By ART SOU CO., LTD.)
Material100% cotton
SizeWidth 35cm x Length 90cm

Description

Tenugui is unique Japanese dyed cloth, originally hand towel. Can be used as home decoration, table runner, wrapping, sewing material, etc. Ukiyoe is a genre of Japanese woodblock prints and paintings featuring motifs of landscapes, beautiful women and Kabuki actors. "Kameido Umeyashiki" (The Plum Garden in Kameido) is one of the 100 Famous Views of Edo (Tokyo painted by Utagawa Hiroshige, famous for its copy by Vincent Van Gogh.

Description in Japanese

絵てぬぐい 亀戸梅屋舗

歌川広重の『名所江戸百景』の1つ。亀戸梅屋敷は、亀戸にあった梅の名所で、中でも、龍が地上に横たわっているような姿の「臥龍梅(がりゅうばい)」という梅の木が名高かった。印象派の画家ヴァン・ゴッホが模写したことでも知られる傑作。

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