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M-Size: W592 x H532 x T19mm
Materials: Wood, Paper
Printing inks: pigment inks
Artist: Fujico Hashimoto
*[FRONTIA] is granted exclusive right to use Fujico's paintings.
A framed work supervised by Fujico Hashimoto.
Framed with a mat and a frame that matches the high-quality digital print work. All of them are supervised by Fujico Hashimoto, so they are framed with exactly the same quality as the exhibition and Hashimoto Gallery.
* After ordering, it will be digitally printed and framed. It may take about two weeks to complete. We will deliver it as soon as it is completed.
* At the time of purchase, please check the title of the work carefully before adding it to the cart.
- Artist profile -
Born in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1935. Graduated from the Department of Fine Arts, Bunka Gakuin.
Studied under M?ller Brockmann at the Graphic Department of the Zurich School of Applied Art and worked as a graphic designer. Started drawing watercolors in 1989.
The theme of the work is to express the "ki" of trees and flowers and the beauty of the various colors of flowers that are in perfect harmony with the green.
The frame is assembled according to the design of each work in order to always make the work more beautiful. Please note that the frame is not necessarily the same as the image on the site.
This poster uses the same light-resistant pigment ink that is displayed in museums. Compared to general inks, pigment inks are superior in deterioration over time due to long-term storage, but we recommend that you store them in a place that is not exposed to light as much as possible.
Please note the following items in order to use this product safely and for a long time.
1. Acrylic is covered with vinyl or paper to prevent scratches on both the front and back. Please peel off both sides before use. Acrylic and glass are dangerous because they have sharp corners. Please use gloves and handle with care.
2. Do not use thumbtacks or necks for the metal fittings that hang the frame, but use the frame-specific mounting bracket that is suitable for the structure of the wall on which the frame is hung and the weight of the frame, and attach and fix it firmly. In that case, it is recommended to use the forehead bracket together.
If you do not use metal fittings suitable for the wall surface, the frame may fall together with the metal fittings and cause injury, or the frame, the work in the frame, furniture, etc. may be damaged. Also, do not place important objects under the hanging frame.
3. Regularly inspects loose metal fittings and hanging strings (especially knots) on the back of the frame and replace them if necessary.
4. Wood, gold (silver) foil, painting, etc. are used for the frame, so please be careful about the humidity and temperature of the place where you use it. Avoid direct and sunlight areas, especially near air conditioners and heaters. The frame may be deformed or discolored.
5. Be is careful not to get injured at the corners of the frame. Avoid decorating it in places where people often pass or where people enter or sit.
6. When wiping the frame, do not use a wet rag or detergent/cleaner, but use a soft, dry cloth. In particular, the acrylic surface is easily scratched, so be careful not to rub it well. Gently wipe off acrylic stains with a special cleaner or a soft cloth dampened with purified water.
7. Dust tends to collect on the wall behind the frame, so clean it regularly.
8. When installing the backplate of the frame, adjust the screw of the metal fitting (dragonfly) holding the backplate with a screwdriver. Doing so with bare hands may result in injury.
*Please be sure to read before use. If you have any questions, please contact your dealer.
1. Mount it on a wall that can withstand the weight of your work or picture frame.
For thin plates and fairly board walls, attach the hook firmly to the pillar part where the back pillar passes.
2. Please use the dedicated hook.
When hanging the frame on the wall, do not use pushpins, nails, etc., but use a special hook. Also, be sure to read the instruction manual for the hook you are using to see if the hook can withstand the weight of the frame. For large picture frames, we recommend that you ask a specialist.
3. Please be careful about the glass.
Many of the picture frames contain glass. If the glass is chipped or broken, it may cause injury or damage to the work. Please handle with care.
4. Check the hanging string.
If the string that hangs the frame is used as it is for a long period of time, it may break due to quality deterioration. Check that there are no abnormalities in the hanging string, wire, loosening of the hanging bracket, or corrosion of the bracket that holds the backplate, and if there is any of the above, replace it. Check at least once a year.
5. Please be careful about the frame.
If a person hits the frame, you may be injured or your clothes may be damaged. Please do not hang a frame in a place that is likely to hit people.
6. Be careful not to put anything important under the frame.
It is also expected that the picture frame will drop out in an unexpected situation. Do not put important things, furniture, pottery, etc. under the frame.
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