300 jpg images of Japanese art and vintage photos, printable for cards crafts altered art scrapbooks jewelry and more. Ukiyo-e woodblock prints from the 18th and 19th century -- Beautiful landscape scenes by Hiroshige and Hokusai, prints of geishas, famous actors, and other women and men, birds and flowers -- plus a selection of vintage photographs from the Victorian Edwardian era.
IN THIS COLLECTION:
- Beautiful Landscapes and Scenes of Village Life, antique woodblock prints
- Artist HIROSHIGE -- 80+ images, identified by title
- Artists HOKUSAI -- 50+ images, identified by title
- GEISHAS, famous actors, and other men and women. 50+ images, woodblock prints
- Nature prints of birds, animals and flowers. 60+ images, colorful Asian art prints & paintings
- VINTAGE PHOTOS! 40+ images featuring geishas posing or dancing, tea ceremony, and other scenes of Japan from the 1870s through early 1900s.
Perfect for altered art, collage/mixed media, card making, scrapbooking, decoupage, stamping, pendants and charms, assemblage. Make fabric transfers, transparencies, tags and labels, many more creative uses! The only limit is your imagination.
Ando Hiroshige: 1797-1858
Born in Edo (Tokyo), his father was a samurai and firewarden. Both his parents died when he was twelve. At age fourteen he was accepted to the famous Utagawa painting school, and in 1812 he formally took the name Utagawa Hiroshige. Renowned for his stunning landscape prints, he was very successful in Japan and in Europe. He was one of the most prolific of the Ukiyo-e artists.
Katsushika Hokusai: 1760—1849
Painter and printmaker born near Edo. Created about 30,000 highly original works, of which his landscapes are most famous. He was influenced by Dutch and French pastoral landscapes, bringing perspective and shading to Japanese landscapes. Often credited with introducing the serenity of nature to Japanese art, and was among the first to paint the common people in his woodblocks.
Using These Images
DOWNLOAD: Images will be sent in a zipped file.
COPY & PASTE INTO YOUR IMAGE-EDITING SOFTWARE TO EDIT. Can be printed directly onto any paper, card stock, tissue, vellum, transparencies, stickers, labels, even fabric transfers to make quilt designs and embroidery patterns for personal use. Whatever will work in your printer!
IMAGES ARE 300 DPI.
All are JPG. Hiroshige & Hokusai art prints and women/men prints are 1200 pixels on the longest side. This will be approximately 4 inches when printed at 300 dpi, or twice that size when printed at 150 dpi. Nature prints and photos are 850-900 pixels longest side (approximately 3 inches at 300 dpi or twice that at 150 dpi.)
Images can be resized before printing, down to very small. Samples may be smaller than actual images. Images are NOT watermarked.
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Dos and Don'ts
Copyright 2006, 2015, Lunagirl Images. All images are offered under license. Some images may be copyrighted by us based on our creative alterations of the originals.
You may print unlimited copies of images or collage sheets for your own non-commercial personal or educational use, and alter them for your own non-commercial use as well. Please note that this permission is for you, the purchaser, only (images may not be forwarded to others).
You are welcome to sell your one-of-a-kind altered art and handmade items that incorporate these images (if your work is sold or displayed online or published in a magazine, blog, etc., include credit to Lunagirl.com).
Images may not be resold or redistributed, and there are limits on commercial use (see full license/terms for details).
Use in commercial graphic design, professional advertising or marketing, or media production, creation of design resources for sale, or sale of craft supplies, unaltered prints, or items in large numbers, requires permission and/or additional commercial use license.