Harmony Summer Lotus (Print)
This is a print of a original artwork, brush painting artwork in Chinese ancient free style on Xuan Rice paper.
The original artwork was painted in the UK and has been sold.
"Lost in the unclear fragrant and float drift!"
Inspired by Sheng Huang's poem (Song Dynasty)
The lotus (蓮花, lián huā, 荷花, hé huā) is known as the gentleman’s flower because it grows out from the mud, pure and unstained. The "he" in a man’s name indicates he is either a Buddhist or connected to Buddhism. The "he" in a woman’s name is a wish that she be pure and respected. 蓮 (lián) sounds similar to 聯 (lián, to bind, connect as in marriage); 戀(liàn) means to "love" while 廉 (lián) means "modesty"; 荷 (hé)sounds similar to 和 ( hé, harmony).
Ready frame in standard 355mm x 355mm (14" x 14") frame.
Printed in the UK
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