Empress Genshō, full name Genshō Tennō, was the 44th monarch of Japan, reigning from 715 to 724. She was the fourth female emperor of Japan and the older sister of Emperor Mommu, whose young son, Prince Obito, was still too young to to govern. During her reign, she continued the policies of her predecessors and managed state affairs until her cousin came of age and ascended the throne as Emperor Shōmu. Genshō's reign is characterized by political stability and the continuation of the Ritsuryō reforms, which structured Japan's administrative system.

The 'Empress Genshō' plexiglass artwork is a subtle celebration of one of Japan's early female leaders. This piece embodies the calm and wisdom with which Genshō led her government, portraying an era of order and reform. With a palette that conveys the serenity of its time, this work of art is available in four sizes (60x90, 80x120, 100x150, 120x180 cm), ideal for those who want to add a bit of historic grace and understated power to their environment. Be inspired by her legacy of stability and progress with this elegant work of art.

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