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Cranes of Momoyogusa

35 /m2

Product ID: 51200093

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An original illustration from Momoyogusa – Flowers of a Hundred Worlds by Japanese artist Kamisaka Sekka (1866–1942) graces this stunning art mural wallpaper. The unique design creates a naturally calm environment and brings a sense of life to your living space. Use it as a stunning feature wall in your bedroom, living room or dining room.

Sekka became an innovator of Japanese arts. He studied in Glasgow and was influenced by Art Nouveau. His unique art style mixes traditional Japanese and then popular art nouveau. This exquisite wall mural is a timeless and bold wall decor choice for years to come. Momoyogusa, in addition to meaning “flowers of a hundred worlds,” is a classical name for the chrysanthemum. It appears in a poem by Mimube no Tarukuni written in 755 and contained in the first Japanese imperial poetry anthology, Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves (Man’yōshū).

As all of our wallpapers and murals, this design is printed on breathable, non-woven material with eco friendly colours.