Namban Folding Screens Self-Adhesive Lever Arch File Labels - Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
Set of 3 self-adhesive lever arch file labels, inspired by a detail of a Namban folding screen (pair), attributed to Kanō Domi, dating from the late 16th century.
The arrival of the Portuguese in Japan in 1543 gave rise to commercial and cultural exchanges that were recorded in the two pairs of screens present in this museum: the curiosity and festive atmosphere aroused by the arrival of the black ship of the namban jin (the barbarians from the south, as the Portuguese were called) in the port of Nagasaki.
With these self-adhesive labels you can personalize and decorate your arch files in a simple and original way: peel off the stickers from the sheet and stick directly on the spine of the file. Lever arch files not included.
Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
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