Zojoji Pagoda – Hiroshige

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Description

Buy Zojoji Pagoda Japanese Framed Wall Art. This beguiling Japanese artwork was created by the artist Utagawa Hiroshige. This piece of art is No.53 from the well-known series 100 Famous Views of Edo. The Pagoda was created as part of a mausoleum for the second shogun, Hidetada. Hiroshige was considered to be the last great master of the Ukioyo-e tradition. Colourful, unique and very on trend, why not 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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  • Domenique

    Just to let you know I have received the 3 canvases ordered on Friday. Just wanted to say that it was very much appreciated for organising it so quickly. Your service and quality is superb! Will definitely place my future canvas orders with you!!

     

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    -Helen Poole

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    I’m just back from a few days away, and arrived home to the delivery of our tram scroll. It’s a brilliant result, thanks so much for your prompt service and help, I absolutely love it!

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