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This Birds and Flowers motif is striking, with a pair of long tailed blue birds in flight and alight around a tree with white blossoms. Large (6ft. x 6ft.), hand painted ink and watercolor silk screen. Song dynasty (10th century China) brush art style. Crafted from silk covered paper, glued over four side-by-side lacquered wood frames. Matted with a fine Chinese silk brocade border. Comes with lacquered brass geometric hangers for easy mounting. Can be displayed as a privacy screen, partly folded to stand upright on a table or floor. Note that no two renderings are exactly the same. Subtle, beautiful hand painted wall art for a fraction of the cost of a comparable print. Choose from three sizes, 72"H x 72"W; 24"H x 48"W; 18"H x 36"W. Each screen measures 5/8" deep.
A beautiful oriental style decorative accent,
with four Chinese goddesses playing one of four celestial instruments. The frames are carefully mitered and elegantly antiqued; the images are delightful Chinese folk art decoupage applique. From a distinctive collection of attractive art design furnishings, accessories, ...
Evoke images of the Orient with
this soft and beautiful, hand painted gold leaf rendition of bamboo. Hand painted gold leaf silk screen. Song dynasty (10th century China) brush art style. Crafted from silk covered paper, glued over four side by side lacquered ...
Ancient Chinese traditions venerated geese as
happy creatures, content and monogamous. Large (3ft. x 6ft.), hand painted ink and watercolor silk screen. Song dynasty (10th century China) brush art style. Crafted from silk covered paper, glued over four side by side lacquered wood ...