Ukiyo-e Diffusion

Genre of Japanese art which flourished from the 17th through 19th centuries

  • Description

    Ukiyo-e, which translates to "pictures of the floating world," is a genre of Japanese art that flourished from the 17th through 19th centuries.

    Ukiyo-e artists typically depicted scenes from daily life, such as kabuki theater or sumo wrestling, as well as landscapes and folktales.

    The ukiyo-e style is characterized by its use of bold colors and simple shapes.

    In the 20th century, ukiyo-e influenced Western artists such as Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet, who were both attracted to its vibrant aesthetic.

    Today, ukiyo-e continues to hold a place of prominence in Japanese culture, and its influence can still be seen in contemporary art.

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Ukiyo-e Diffusion


Browse images created using Ukiyo-e Diffusion

cherry blossom trees around a lake, ukiyo-e
snow covered mount fuji behind clouds surrounded by cherry blossom trees, ukiyo-e
sleeping garden, glow lotus, iridescent digital fantasy night + Diffraction Grading + RTX + Moody Lighting + Ultraviolet + Fluorescent + lightspeed
Shinto shrine in a lake, ukiyo-e
painting in Chinese ink, very high resolution, very detailed
building made out of a stack of books, ukiyo-e
laptop on a neatly organized desk, ukiyo-e
white dogwood tree flowers, ukiyo-e

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