Chinese painting print, hanging scroll. Printed on high-quality rice paper using fade-resistant inks, with ultra-high resolution scanning and color reproducing system to ensure colors look the same as the original. Ready to hang. Qi Baishi theorized that "paintings must be something between likeness and unlikeness". His prodigious output reflects a diversity of interests and experience, generally focusing on the smaller things of the world rather than the large landscape. Shrimps, fish, crabs, frogs, insects, and peaches were his favorite subjects. Using heavy ink, bright colors, and vigorous strokes, he created works in a fresh and lively manner that expressed his love of nature and life.
This delightful artwork is hand painted with watercolor. The ying/yang symbol that the two koi make represents balance and energy, and the Koi themselves symbolize abundance. Size: 8" x 15"Clear see through glass edges with black modern black frame
This beautiful scroll is delicatly hand painted by a skilled scroll artist on fine rice paper. A cotton blend matting is used around artwork. Each piece is one of a kind, therefore there may be slight variations in pattern and color. Size: 16.25in W x 67.25in L Material:Wood, Rice Paper, And Cotton Blend Matting
Name: Circling Kio Fish Style: Figurative Medium: Glass paints on acrylic (perspex) Year: 2017 Name of artist: Arleta Smolko
This fun scroll features two carps happily playing in the lotus pond. Fish symbolizes abundance and carp is for longevity. Each piece hand painted, slight variations in pattern and color will occur. Size: 22"W x 55.5"L Material:Wood, paper cotton blend matting
Fish symbolizes abundance and koi is for longevity. In this painting, koi swimming upward also means improvement in wealth and long life. Size: 16"W x 67"L Material:wood, paper cotton blend matting Hand painted on rice paper, slight variation will occur
Cover art to a magazine produced in the 1920's and 1930's to address the surge of interest in America about the East. The art was mixed but a heavy emphasis was put on Art Deco designs and many were designed by Frank McIntosh who was famous for is Asia inspired designs.
This beautiful scroll is delicatly hand painted by a skilled scroll artist on fine rice paper. A cotton blend matting is used around artwork. Each piece is one of a kind, therefore there may be slight variations in pattern and color. Size 7" Wide 38" Long
Smiling fish swim in unity in this Madhubani painting from the talented Bharti Dayal in India. She creates the harmonious underwater scene on handmade paper in black and white, relieved by red accents. The painting is rendered in exacting detail in the traditional Madhubani or Mithila style, an ancient Indian folk art that was used to decorate the walls and floors of the home. Bharti Dayal signs her name on the back of her pieces. Material - Vegetable dyes and acrylics on handmade paper Color - Black and White Dimension - 30.5" L x 22.5" W Weight - 0.03 lbs Signed by the artist Arrives unframed
Artist: Yozo Hamaguchi, Japanese (1909 - 2000) Title: Hermit Crab Year: 1957 Medium: Mezzotint, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 48/50 Image Size: 4 x 3 inches Size: 10 x 7.5 in. (25.4 x 19.05 cm)
Fish swim together, each in its own circular bubble in a painting by Nitin Kumar Jha. The people of Mithila believe that God created the sea and hence the fish appeared, the first living creatures on earth. The Indian artist works in the traditional Madhubani style on handmade paper with colors derived from plants. The background is a warm yellow-beige. As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured. Material - Natural dyes on handmade paper Color - Beige Dimension - 13.75" W x 10" H Weight - 0.06 lbs Signed by the artist Arrives unframed Each work features slight variations that make it unique
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