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showing a sensual and erotic shunga painting in the Japanese style nihonga. Painted by Senju.

New release

 

Akane 

Shunga painting by Senju

 

Akane iro is a traditional deep red used in Japanese painting, kimono and many other forms of Japanese art. It is extracted from the roots of  the Akane plant (Japanese madder).

Celebrating Art Nouveau and the great influence Japanese art had on european artists in the late 1800’s, Senju is using the red Akane color to form the base of the entire piece. Her red hair flows into the background and only the viewer, using imagination, will be able to tell where she ends and begin.

 

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August prices on selected prints & books

We celebrate Your continued support of our creative journey by offering a collection of prints and books at lovely prices. Enjoy!

 

It’s the largest size prints that are on sale.

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This picture illustrates the plight and suffering of the women in the Yoshiwara pleasure quarter of old Edo, Japan.

PRINTS

Contemporary erotic art prints with roots in Japanese culture and traditions.

BOOKS

High quality contemporary art books. Limited editions and luxurious print.

PHOTO PRINTS

The soul of Japan captured in warm colours and shades of black and grey.

"Kuchidzuke" (a tribute to Gustav Klimt)
Senju Shunga

Mirror Images of the Sensual World

Senju dedicates his life to the exploration of the human heart. A quest for intimacy, poetry and what lies deep within us. Since decades he has used Japanese culture, history and traditions as a means to illustrate his discoveries and visions.

Erotic Art books

Senju 2013-2017

KAGAMI
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54 female artists

The Secret Garden

An international collection of works inspired the art of SHunga

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