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December 08, 2022 1 min read

Ukiyo-e prints are a type of Japanese art that originated in the Edo period (1603-1868). These prints typically depict scenes from everyday life, such as landscapes, kabuki actors, and beautiful women, often with a focus on the fleeting nature of life and its pleasures. Ukiyo-e translates to "pictures of the floating world," and these prints were popular among the merchant class who sought to escape the strictures of their daily lives through art. Ukiyo-e prints are characterized by their bold colors and graphic composition, and they continue to be celebrated and studied today for their unique aesthetic and historical significance.

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