61.9 W x 64.6 H x 0.1 D cm
Chinese Ink on rice paper
This figurative, calligraphic flower painting reminiscent of an old verse from the Six Dynasties period (266-420). 採菊東籬下，悠然见南山. - 陶淵明（約365年—427年) . It means: while plucking the wild chrysanthemums at the east gate, the poet saw Mount Nanshan at distant. - Tao Yuanming (estimated year 365 - 427).
In this figurative, calligraphic flower painting, the artist thought of depicting the blooming Chrysanthemums on Chinese rice paper. In this painting, she stood on the ground to perform the techniques of Chinese calligraphy. Her upper body moved simultaneously with the brushstrokes. She had the moment celebrating the blossoms by repeating the rounds again and again until the background music - Debussy, Estampes (1903) - 1. Pagodes tuned to fade together with the calligraphic performance.
Four Chrysanthemums (2019) will be rolled, securely packaged in a cardboard tube and shipped by FedEx. Tracking numbers will be provided. For international buyers, please note that international shipments may be subject to additional import taxes, custom duties or fees imposed by the destination country, payable by the buyer upon receipt.
Four Chrysanthemums (2019) is signed on the front or back and includes my Certificate of Authenticity.
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