Dyers Quarter – Kanda

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Description

Buy Dyers Quarter a Framed Hiroshige Print. This colourful classic Japanese artwork was created by the artist Utagawa Hiroshige in 1857. This stunning artwork depicts the Dyers Quarter in Kanda, Tokyo, where clothing was dyed. Hiroshige was considered to be the last great master of the Ukioyo-e tradition. Colourful, unique and very on trend, what are you waiting for? treat yourself to something special today.

As with all the wall prints on this site, this artwork is also available as a stretched canvas print, framed print or rolled canvas. We also offer a massive variety of sizes from extra large to small.

Additional information

Art Type

Framed Prints, Paper Prints, Rolled Canvas, Stretched Canvas Print

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* All Art is sold as seen, i.e. if the layout is horizontally long then the longer measurement is the width, if the image is a portrait layout then the longer measurement is the length. I.e. 36” x 24” or 24” x 36”
These are the media options we offer, more information can be found here.
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  • Stuart Grandquist

    Just to let you know that i received my tram scroll & after a delay i gave the scroll to my friend who is a tram driver & tram enthusiast He was absolutely impressed with the finished product & particularly with the fine detail & how it was identical to the original scrolls used in 1950\’s & 60\’s. Thanks also for the quick turnaround & free delivery I will be definitely will be recommending your business to other people & my friends colleagues have already asked for your businesses details.

    – Stuart Grandquist
  • Peter L

    A stretched canvas Sydney tram destination roll Fantastic!! ordered & delivered as described by the company Blue Horizon canvas prints even the detail of the suburbs is correct in relation to geographical sequence from North to south!!! It now holds pride of place in our new bathroom & looks terrific.Thanks Gary & Peter. PB

  • Alison Avery

    My apologies for the delay in sending you this Thank You! Thank you for organising the artwork so quickly. Michelle absolutely loved her picture and it was a big hit with everyone at the party. I will hopefully be in contact soon with some other jobs. It has given me some great ideas for Xmas presents!

     

     

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