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  • 10094

Hiroshige's 'Surugadai Quarter' Greeting Card, 16 g

£2.95
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Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Koinobori, meaning 'carp streamer' are carp-shaped wind socks traditionally flown in Japan to celebrate Children's Day - a tradition still carried out today. These carps, made by drawing carp patterns on cloth or fabric, are traditionally set to be flown above the roofs of houses. The artist Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, also known to have influenced Western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Monet.

Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.

ITEM ID: #10094