Details & Dimensions
Embroidered is a Chinese ink painting by Xu Beihong, an early 20th century master of fine art credited for reinventing modern Chinese Art. Though proficient in western art techniques, he was most famous for his paintings of horses and birds in the traditional Chinese style.
This painting is paired with the popular Chinese idiom "Immediate success when the horses arrive", which describes matters that are carried out smoothly, rapidly achieving success. The idiom stems from the legends surrounding Chinas first emperor describing how his magnificent army of horses were central in his mission to quickly unify China.
- Frame: 17" x 21", Mat Opening: 11" x 15"
- Premium solid wood frame, black matte finish
- High-clarity glass
- Bevel-cut raised white mat
- Soft-mount option
Framed Embroidery: To clean, wipe with a soft cloth. To hang, use the preinstalled hangers on the back of the frame.
Soft-Mount Embroidery: Enjoy as-is or frame to your liking. The soft-mount can be cut to size and attached to a backboard.