Joy/Music in ancient Seal scrip style, on Xuan Red Gold Stained paper
Seal script was common throughout the latter half of the 1st millennium BC in China.
The traditional explanation of which is a picture of large drum surrounded by four small drums mounted a wooden stand.
Another explanation is this character represents "string instrument" Qin and Se which both were made of silk and wood. Qin, which is usual translated as "zither", soon became the leading instrument of the intellectuals. It is said Confucius likes playing Qin music in his lectures and he also has written pieces for it.
Artwork in mount board dimension: 30.5cm x 25.5cm
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