Vintage Japanese Iris No. 30 Wall Art
Visual Contrast is a Los Angeles-based fine art studio that produces limited-edition runs of high-quality wall art. This collection of iris paintings was painted by the Japanese botanist Miyoshi Manabu in 1921, offering a vintage touch to your wall decor. Each watercolor was painted on rice paper, adding to the delicate quality—framed in a modern walnut shadowbox and ready for any space from your home office to a bathroom or kitchen.
- made to order items are not returnable
- Ships in: 2-4 weeks
- artist name: Visual Contrast
- Artist Bio: Visual Contrast is a Los-Angeles based fine art studio that produces limited-edition runs of high-quality wall art. A member of their artist collective crafts each piece by hand, creating unique and timeless works.
- material: Paper
- frame material: Wood
- matte materials: Archival Rag Mat
- matte size: 1”
- construction: Antique watercolor painting on rice paper finished in a walnut shadowbox frame
- type of glass: Plexiglass
- Half bath safe and not intended to be used in a room with a shower
- mounting options: Hangs one way only
- mounting hardware included
- ready to hang: Yes
- Made In: Los Angeles, CA
- Hanging wire
- Overall Dimensions: 12”W x 16”L x 1.5”D
- product weight: 3 lbs
- Wipe with a dry cloth
Handcrafted products feature handcraft, labor-intensive practices in their production.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are airborne chemicals that are released during the manufacturing of furniture. Non-toxic and low VOC furniture is scientifically proven to meet some of the most rigorous third-party chemical emissions standards, typically GREENGUARD Certification. These products help reduce indoor air pollution and the risk of chemical exposure while aiding in creating healthier indoor environments.