Japanese manga artist and fashion writer Moyoco Anno was recently the main feature of Parco Museum's STRIP! Portfolio 1996-2016 art exhibition, and while you won't be able to see her works on display at the museum anymore, you can purchase her artwork as ukiyo-e paintings and start your own gallery at home.

The two works now on sale are a painting of Kiyoha, the protagonist of Anno's Sakuran, and another painting titled Peony, which comprises a part of Anno's Parfums Series, a collection of illustrations inspired by various aromas. Both had originally been sold at the gift shop of the STRIP! exhibition, but are now available to the general public along with other Moyoco Anno goods on her online store.

The paintings were reproduced into woodblock prints by the Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints, and institute with 300 years of tradition in the art form. Each contains an authentic signature, serial number, and stamp, making it a truly one-of-a-kind painting.

If Anno's ukiyo-e paintings look like the perfect addition to your home art gallery, you can buy one online for 162,000 yen (1,600 USD). Or, if you're not looking to splurge so much but still love her work, you can get tote bags, accessories, or stationery instead!

By - grape Japan editorial staff.