Dahlia

$ 600.00 price excluding tax

Hélène Veilleux

2012

32 cm X 44 cm

Chinese painting, watercolor, marouflé. 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 or feature technique characterized by a broad outline and gradient principles.

Bristles with goat hair, wolf hair and horse hair.

In the Orient, other than its ornamental qualities, the dahlia does not carry a strong symbolic. In the West, its symbolism is related to the ‘language of flowers’ when making bouquets. Here are some examples: white: allows you to express your feelings of seduction to the loved one; yellow: expresses its fidelity; orange: allows to make a declaration of love with extravagance to the loved one; the dahlia in general also expresses feelings of gratitude and thanks.

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Hélène Veilleux

2012

32 cm X 44 cm

Chinese painting, watercolor, marouflé. 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 or feature technique characterized by a broad outline and gradient principles.

Bristles with goat hair, wolf hair and horse hair.

In the Orient, other than its ornamental qualities, the dahlia does not carry a strong symbolic. In the West, its symbolism is related to the ‘language of flowers’ when making bouquets. Here are some examples: white: allows you to express your feelings of seduction to the loved one; yellow: expresses its fidelity; orange: allows to make a declaration of love with extravagance to the loved one; the dahlia in general also expresses feelings of gratitude and thanks.

600$ CAN excluding tax