Kyoto Garden in Holland Park, London Art Print


Kyoto Garden Wall Art Print

A high-quality, giclée print on archival quality Hahnemühle German Etching paper (310gsm).

All prints are made to order unless otherwise stated and will be shipped within 2 business days of ordering.

This beautiful little garden nestled in the middle of Holland Park in Kensington, has an unusual history. It was opened in 1991 as part of the Japanese Festival, a series of events organised on the centenary of the Japan Society in Britain to celebrate the long-lasting friendship between the two countries. The festival offered over 300 events, showcased many aspects of Japanese culture and lasted five month. One of the highlights was the first ever sumo wrestling organised outside of Japan, which was held in the nearby Royal Albert Hall.

Kyoto garden was designed as a `kaiyushiki’ or stroll garden. It was a gift from the city of Kyoto and was created with the help of several Japanese garden designers. The garden hosts a waterfall, a serene pond, several stone lanterns and many carefully selected trees and flowers.

The Kyoto Garden art print is one of a series of illustrations about lesser known parks in London.

About this giclée print:

  • Available in different sizes - see choices below
  • Giclée printed in the UK
  • All products are printed on archival-quality matt paper
  • Printed to order - I try my best for the print to be shipped within 2 business days
  • Sent in cardboard envelope or postal tubes
  • Unmounted and unframed
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