Category: Asian Koi Fish Paintings & Wall Scrolls
Artwork Panel: 31.5cm x 98cm ≈ 12½" x 38½"
Silk/Brocade: 40.8cm x 154.5cm ≈ 16" x 60¾"
Width at Wooden Knobs: 49.8cm ≈ 19½"Information about caring for your wall scroll
A very detailed wall scroll featuring several koi fish and chrysanthemum flowers.
Close up view of the koi fish artwork mounted to this silk brocade wall scroll
The title written in Chinese on this artwork is "Qiu Ju Tu" which basically means "Autumn Chrysanthemum Painting".The other characters include a short inscription and the artist's signature.
This is a very detailed koi fish painting. You can see almost every scale, individually painted. This artwork is completely hand-painted, and is mounted to a handmade silk wall scroll in our Beijing workshop.
The artist's name is (Wen Jun). He lives near Guilin, in Southern China.
This item was listed or modified
Apr 27th, 2009
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