Hiroshige Suijin Shrine Art Hipster Bag
Hiroshige Art Hipster Bag with Adjustable Straps, Zipper Top and 2 Exterior Pockets
- 9” High x 7” Wide
- Suijin Shrine Art Print
- Jute Back
- Interior Lining
- Zipper Top
- 2 Exterior Pockets
- Adjustable Straps – Wearable as a Cross Bag
This cool hipster bag is printed with Hiroshige's famous Suijin Shrine painting. The back of this exceptionally designed art bag is crafted of wonderfully textured jute, the inside is fully lined and the top zipper will keep contents safe. You will love the handy back pockets too! There is a rear zip pocket for securing little necessities and the second pocket is the perfect size for keeping a phone or small tablet handy. This well-designed art handbag also has an adjustable strap so it can be worn over the shoulder or as a crossbody bag.
Utagawa Hiroshige 1797-1858
Utagawa Hiroshige, born Andō Hiroshige, was a Japanese ukiyo-e artist, considered the last great master of that tradition. The Suijin Shrine print was done in woodblock and captures the shrine at the lower right, the Sumida, Edo's most important river and a blossoming cherry tree. This print was part of his series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo.