Empress Go-Sakuramachi

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Empress Go-Sakuramachi on plexiglass

Empress Go-Sakuramachi, full name Go-Sakuramachi Tennō, was the 117th Empress of Japan and reigned from 1762 to 1770. She was the last female emperor to date and is known for her skillful leadership during a time of political and economic challenges. Her reign was marked by attempts at reform and addressing the shogunate's debt burden. Go-Sakuramachi was a symbol of dignity and fortitude, challenging the traditional role of women in Japanese politics and commanding respect in a patriarchal society. After her abdication, she remained an influential advisor until her death.

The 'Empress Go-Sakuramachi' artwork on plexiglass celebrates Japan's last female emperor with a portrait of dignity and subtle power. This piece reflects her calm but determined reign, with a soft aesthetic that conveys her spirit of reform and the elegance of her time. Available in four sizes (60x90, 80x120, 100x150, 120x180 cm), this artwork pays tribute to her historical contribution and the graceful influence she had on the Japanese monarchy. Perfect for collectors who want to own a piece of female imperial history.

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