Ukiyo-e is a style of Japanese art that came to prominence from the 1600’s to the mid-1800’s. It is commonly known as the Edo Period. It literally means “Pictures of the Floating World.” The technique uses colour woodblocks and paintings featuring images of Japanese culture, landscapes and folklore. Much of the West’s initial impressions of Japan came from these depictions.
Kingdom Home Design created a Ukiyo-e wallpaper collection inspired by the philosophy that underpins this Japanese artistic phenomena. From flora to fauna, this collection depicts the beauty of Japan. There are six new diverse designs that illustrate the striking beauty of the Ukiyo-e genre. Let’s take a closer look at this new offering from Milton & King.
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