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Drawn Fish Merchant Too Large by kobayashi kiyochika - Museum Quality Matte Paper Poster with Hanger

Drawn Fish Merchant Too Large by kobayashi kiyochika - Museum Quality Matte Paper Poster with Hanger

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Journey back in time with this poster featuring Kiyochika’s 1884 woodblock print of a fish merchant in Edo Japan.


About the Artwork

"Drawn Fish Merchant Too Large" is a captivating woodblock print created by Kobayashi Kiyochika in 1884. This artwork immerses you in the bustling world of Edo's streets, where a fish merchant navigates the urban landscape with his large load of seafood. Kiyochika's attention to detail brings to life the lively scene, with the merchant's strained expression and the curious gazes of onlookers capturing the essence of a moment frozen in time. Against a backdrop of traditional Japanese architecture, Kiyochika skillfully contrasts the merchant's struggle with the flow of daily life. This woodblock print is not only a snapshot of history but also a testament to Kiyochika's ability to infuse his art with both realism and narrative depth.


Product Details:

Our museum-quality matte paper poster immerses you in the vibrant energy of Kiyochika’s "Drawn Fish Merchant Too Large." This exquisite reproduction captures every delicate detail of Kiyochika's original woodblock print. The minimalist wooden hangers add vintage flair.

While the poster and hangers are packed separately in one box, final assembly is required, but don’t worry we've made the final assembly easy! No expertise is required, and with a simple snap, you'll have a captivating piece of art ready to hang.



  • Hangers made from pine wood in black, white, natural or dark brown
  • Cotton rope matches hanger color
  • Designed magnetically for versatile, damage-free hanging
  • Uncoated natural white paper, 250 gsm weight
  • Paper sizes may vary slightly by region. For the US and Canada, the measurement is in inches, while for the rest of the world, it is in centimeters
  • Ships in protective packaging


Bring home a humorous snapshot of everyday life in historic Edo Japan.

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