Bring the ethereal charm of yesteryear’s Japan into your home with the “Sarus Crane” art poster, a faithful reproduction of G.A. Audsley’s celebrated work from the 1884 Edition of “The Ornamental Arts of Japan”. Offered exclusively by SmellyNoises, this vintage poster is a tribute to the revered Sarus crane, a symbol of fidelity and long life in Japanese lore. Audsley’s craft showcases the Meiji era’s homage to the natural world, with an intricate portrayal of every plume and grass strand. Rendered in a soothing array of greys and soft pinks, the scene evokes the peacefulness of a dawn-kissed rice field, where the noble crane stands with an air of calm majesty. This piece is a testament to the artist’s expertise and the era’s ornithological knowledge.
Available in a quartet of sizes to suit any room, our vintage art selection promises to infuse your personal or professional space with understated elegance or a dash of nature-inspired sophistication. More than just a decor element, this bird print represents a historical tale that melds effortlessly with modern aesthetics, offering a glimpse into the artistic spirit of 19th-century Japan. Invite this emblem of harmony and grace into your abode, and let the Sarus crane serve as a beacon of serenity and artistic allure, an everlasting source of beauty and wonder.
- premium museum-quality print
- paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
- every print ships ready to frame
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