Set of 4 Fine Art Prints of Original Watercolor Fashion Illustrations China Oriental Headdresses Asian Home Decor Japanese Salon Decor Red Geisha. Just a little reminder: Airmail from England to the USA usually only takes one to three weeks to arrive - not the four to six weeks Amazon states as the shipping time Set of 4 Art Prints of original watercolor paintings from my Fashion series. Oriental Set of Four Direct from my studio, in Suffolk, England, signed & dated. Carefully packaged…
Water Lilies-Monet #Beautiful #Handmade #Silk #Embroidery #Art #Etsy 76084 http://www.queensilkart.com/100-handmade-embroidery-feng-shui-framed-flower-floral-water-lilies-monet-76084/ This glorious water lily pond, hand stitched in pure silk, was inspired by Claude Monet's Water Lilies (1916) from the series painted by the French Impressionist painter in his garden at Giverny in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Monet - subtle contrast between red and green, and creation of green out of grays using relative colors, mid tone through drastic high and low temperature balance, canvas shape allows a lot of background with a close foreground
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Jiuzhaigou Valley Waterfall #Beautiful #Handmade #Silk #Embroidery #Art 77134 http://www.queensilkart.com/100-handmade-embroidery-framed-landscape-jiu-zai-gou-waterfall-77134 Jiuzhaigou Valley is part of the Min Mountains on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau. It is known for its many multi-level waterfalls, colorful lakes, and snow-capped peaks.
Glass Lotus Water Lilies #Beautiful #Handmade #Silk #Embroidery #Art 76077 http://www.queensilkart.com/100-handmade-embroidery-feng-shui-framed-flower-floral-vertical-glass-flower-florals-76077/ These colorful flowers are a reproduction of a glass reproduction of lotus flowers. In Feng Shui, lotus flowers are a powerful symbol of purity, one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism.
Lady Peony Playing the Sheng #Handmade #Silk #Embroidery #Art 75015 http://www.queensilkart.com/100-handmade-embroidery-framed-people-lady-peony-playing-the-sheng-75015/ During the Tang Dynasty, a new queen was so proud that she ordered all the flowers to blossom for her winter birthday. All the flowers feared her power and started to blossom in the midst of a harsh winter, all except one, the Lady Peony. Lady Peony fled and used the power of her sheng playing to bring spring elsewhere.