Peacock and Peony Dancing under Spring Sunshine - Original Chinese Painting by Qin Shu Painting by Qin Shu

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Peacock and Peony Dancing under Spring Sunshine - Original Chinese Painting by Qin Shu

Qin Shu

China

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Size: 52.4 W x 26.8 H x 0.1 D in

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Art Description

Painting: Ink on Paper.

Peacock is the king of the birds. Peony is the king of the flowers. They dance together smiling at spring sunshine. This is a big size of Chinese Gongbi painting. This is one of the best artwork I painted in 2012.
This painting was selected by Top Traditional Chinese Painting Fall Exhibition and Auction 2012 held in Beijing.

Peony
The peony is among the longest-used flowers in Eastern culture and is one of the smallest living creature national emblems in China. Along with the plum blossom, it is a traditional floral symbol of China, where the peony is known as flower of riches and honor or king of the flowers, and is used symbolically in Chinese art. In 1903, the Qing Dynasty declared the peony as the national flower.

Symbols of authenticity
Standard will be legal name signature seal and signature included in the painting. Every painting will be customized for you. So I can include more sentence in the painting, including the annotation and two more seals - my artistic name seal and free seal. Those are free of charge.
The annotation contains Chinese Lunar year and artist real name in writing - Each painting is customized. The annotation will be changed based on the painting completion date.

Condition: What to expect an Original Chinese Painting
The painting is not mounted or framed. The painting is in excellent condition but I need to let you know below fact to avoid any misunderstanding:
The painting will be folded and securely sealed in water proofed protection. Because of the thinness of Shuan Paper, when you open the package, you will see some folds and hairline creases. Once the painting is mounted properly, the fold lines will be gone completely.


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