For the best possible display, this portrait should be professionally framed.
A frame is not included with this artwork!
Artwork Panel: 130.3cm x 64.1cm ≈ 51¼" x 25¼"
Silk/Brocade Border: 150.3cm x 74.1cm ≈ 59¼" x 29¼"Information about how this Asian painting is mounted
Above is the artist's title for this painting (written in Chinese on the painting above his signature and date).
A nice big painting featuring plum blossoms in the moonlight.
Painted by Xiao Chun in 2007. The artist lives in Guilin, and paints as a hobby (thus he does not charge too much for his work, and you get a nice hand-painted piece of art for under $100).
This item was listed or modified
Jun 25th, 2008
Gary's random little things about China:
You can search long and hard, in every drugstore and sundries market in China, and you will not find underarm deodorant for sale anywhere.
After traveling all over China, I know this to be true everywhere in China except Hong Kong.
If you ask a Chinese person why there is no deodorant for sale, they will tell you plainly, "Chinese people do not smell bad".
My reply is, "Have you never been on a crowded bus in the summer?"