Ukiyo-e – “pictures of the floating world” – are a genre of Japanese woodblock prints and paintings that date back to the Edo period (1600–1867). The kimono prints that inspired this series are meticulous reproductions of artworks by the greatest craftsmen of the time.
Includes | Memento Pouch • Ribbon Marker
Attributes | 160 pages • 2.75" x 3.625"
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