Oji Inari Shrine by Hiroshige

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Description

Buy a Hiroshige Print Featuring the Oji Inari Shrine. This colourful classic Japanese artwork was created by the artist Utagawa Hiroshige. This gorgeous artwork depicts the Oji Inari Shrine in Kita City, Tokyo. It’s an ancient Shinto Shrine that is still very much visited. Every year at midnight on New Years Eve people walk from a nearby shrine to this one dressed as foxes. 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 Print (No Frame), Stretched Canvas Print

Dimensions

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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”
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  • Shanon L

    A perfect wedding anniversary present was created for my inlaws, first time. After efficient, smooth customer service, canvas turned out just as I pictured and receiver and others were very impressed. \”A gift to treasure forever\” thank you Gary!

     

  • Sandra Kyle Lee

    Hi guys The keep calm and carry on canvas arrived on Friday. Your packaging is great and it looks none the worse for the distance travelled. Naturally the canvas looks fantastic on our wall!!! Many thanks

    -Sandra Kyle Lee

  • Di Patterson

    Thank you so much for the beautiful canvas of our beautiful granddaughter. I had a bad day at work but when I came home to find the canvas I had a tear.

    -Di Patterson

     

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