chinese calligraphy painting koi fish feng shui

$101.98

Description

chinese calligraphy painting 9 koi fish feng shui painting unframed

Best for dining room wall art display

Best for wall art for living room

Best for kitchen wall art

This is 3 pcs cuadros size of each cuadro is 70cm

This is not handmade it is digital painting

These are the Symbolic meaning behind the painting

Cherry Blossom meaning in Asian cultures is generally industrious,
brave, and wise and has become a national and cultural symbol for many Asian countries.

The Cherry Blossom is a symbol of joy and love. The Cherry Blossom is said to promote spiritual awareness, and love.

Koi is the next prized fish in the feng shui world. … The typical number for Koi fish in a feng shui aquarium is 9 (8 brightly colored koi and 1 black koi fish).

The black fish is there to neutralize bad luck. You can also find feng shui cures with 2 koi fish, this being a feng shui cure to attract love and fidelity.

falling leaves symbolize

Leaf. While GREEN leaves depict hope, renewal, and revival, dead
leaves represent decay and sadness.

In general, leaves are symbolic of fertility and growth, and in the
Chinese tradition the leaves of the Cosmic Tree represent all of the beings in the universe.

What was the main coloring material in Chinese painting?

Chinese painting use a large variety of brushes. Here are the three most used models: Brush with hairs of goat: Yang Hao. Very flexible, it is generally used to paint great surfaces and for gradations of colours.

Is Chinese calligraphy an art?

Chinese calligraphy is a form of aesthetically pleasing writing (calligraphy), or, the artistic expression of human language in a tangible form. … Chinese calligraphy and ink and wash painting are closely related: they are accomplished using similar tools and techniques, and have a long history of shared artistry.

What are the four treasures of Chinese calligraphy?

Four Treasures of the Study (文房四宝 wén fáng sì bǎo) is an expression used to refer to the ink brush, inkstick, paper and inkstone used in Chinese calligraphy and painting. The name stems from the time of the Southern and Northern Dynasties (420-589 AD).

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