Oniwakamaru Subduing the Giant Carp Japanese Folklore Totoya Hokkei Warrior Samurai Ronin Fine Art Print

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  • Oniwakamaru, the twelfth-century warrior-monk who was popular in Japanese Folklore, is shown as a boy, about to avenge the death of his mother, who was supposedly killed by a giant carp. On the original print, Hokkei used gold and silver gilding to create a lavish effect.

    You'll receive a heavyweight, giclée, acid-free print that's created to last for generations. The museum-quality paper works perfectly with large, full-color images. The lightly-textured, matte finish captures fine lines and subtle colors, resulting in stunning works of art (without unwanted reflections). We've preserved elements of this art's ancient qualities in oder to retain its richness and uniqueness. 

    • Printed using eco-friendly, water-based inks
    • FSC approved or sustainably-sourced paper
    • Frame and matting isn't included. Print only.
    • Shipped in a damage-proof artwork tube. 
    • Premium-quality (200gsm) giclée, acid-free paper


    ➤ DIGITAL-RESTORATION ART

    We specialize in digital recreations of vintage sacred and surreal art. Each work is a handmade digital restoration of the original image, not a pixellated copy of an Internet image that some other vendors may sell. We provide high-quality, clean digital restorations — true to the original — with great attention to detail.

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    Museum-Quality Paper

    Museum grade, archival paper is created to last for generations without discoloring.

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    Eco-Friendly, Water-Based Inks

    Epson, eco-friendly inks won't fade, even when exposed to regular sunlight.


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