Chevreuil – Roe deer

$ 1,200.00 price excluding tax

Hélène Veilleux

2016

30 cm X 38 cm

Chinese painting, watercolor, paper mounted. Xuan paper (or Shuen paper, simplified Chinese: 宣纸, traditional Chinese: 宣紙, pinyin: xuānzhǐ) is a type of paper from China.

Ling-Nan style, “Xie Yi” technique pronounced “chiè i” or ‘’line technique’’ characterized by gradient principles.

Pinches with goat hair, wolf hair, badger hair and horse hair.

According to the Native American horoscope, the roe deer symbolizes gentleness, meditation, tranquility and inner peace. It’s also dexterity and good advice.

The roe deer is the Chinese symbol of longevity and prosperity. The Chinese character “Lu” signifies both “deer” and “prosperity”, it is attributed to the deer a symbolism of fortune and prosperity. A white deer sometimes accompanies the god “Water of longevity” (or Japanese god “Juroujin”) because he is the only creature able to find the magic mushroom of immortality, “Ling Zhï”, of which he is the guardian, with the crane. He is also found accompanying an official as a wish for fame and fortune. Finally, the deer is also linked to sovereignty because “hunting deer in the central plains” reflects the idea of ​​controlling an empire: “which hands will kill the stag? In other words, who will have supremacy?

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Hélène Veilleux

2016

30 cm X 38 cm

Chinese painting, watercolor, paper mounted. Xuan paper (or Shuen paper, simplified Chinese: 宣纸, traditional Chinese: 宣紙, pinyin: xuānzhǐ) is a type of paper from China.

Ling-Nan style, “Xie Yi” technique pronounced “chiè i” or ‘’line technique’’ characterized by gradient principles.

Pinches with goat hair, wolf hair, badger hair and horse hair.

According to the Native American horoscope, the roe deer symbolizes gentleness, meditation, tranquility and inner peace. It’s also dexterity and good advice.

The roe deer is the Chinese symbol of longevity and prosperity. The Chinese character “Lu” signifies both “deer” and “prosperity”, it is attributed to the deer a symbolism of fortune and prosperity. A white deer sometimes accompanies the god “Water of longevity” (or Japanese god “Juroujin”) because he is the only creature able to find the magic mushroom of immortality, “Ling Zhï”, of which he is the guardian, with the crane. He is also found accompanying an official as a wish for fame and fortune. Finally, the deer is also linked to sovereignty because “hunting deer in the central plains” reflects the idea of ​​controlling an empire: “which hands will kill the stag? In other words, who will have supremacy?

1200$ CAN excluding tax