Customer Reviews for Calendars.com Poems of the Pillow 2014 Wall Calendar
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Calendars.comPoems of the Pillow 2014 Wall Calendar
The Japanese Ukiyo-e tradition, and their world famous woodblock prints influenced a whole generation of modern painters because of the uniqueness of perspective and form. The walls of Monet's house at Giverny were covered with prints of Japanese artists from this period. Here we collected intimate
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Customer Reviews for Poems of the Pillow 2014 Wall Calendar
Review 1 for Poems of the Pillow 2014 Wall Calendar
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Date:January 21, 2014
Pros: Makes A Great Gift, High Quality Materials
Cons: would have liked it a bit smaller
I like Japanese art in particular Japanese women. After spending most of my childhood in Japan I have an appreciation for the art there. I'm not really sure how these pictures are "pillow talk" They are scenes of what a traditional Japanese women would do every day. Certainly not something "sexy". Not that that's what I wanted. I was basically looking for a calendar with Japanese art of women. And that's what I got. I think a gift of a calendar is a great gift, but everyone has their own taste and it takes a different kind of person to appreciate and like this kind of art.. certainly not your average American, but that I have never been nor will be. If you had a gift card I might be willing to do that. But I feel that a calendar is something personal and I wouldn't want to choose for someone else.