34 cm X 44 cm
Chinese painting, watercolor, paper mounted. Technique “Xie Yi” in the Ling-Nan style with features characterized by an ample layout and principles of gradients. Brushes, goat hair, wolf hair and badger hair. Xuan paper (or Shuen paper, simplified Chinese: 宣纸, traditional Chinese: 宣紙, pinyin: xuānzhǐ) is a type of paper from China
In the Orient, other than its ornamental and medicinal qualities, the ambrette does not bear a strong symbolism. There is a legend about an Empress Li Yan, who loved to dance and sing for Emperor Wudi. She died very young and the ephemeral aspect of her life resembles ambrette flowers.
900$ CAN excluding tax