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Gentleman of Flowers


Details & Dimensions


Based on an original Qing Dynasty painting by Li Shan, this piece displays the symbolism of the lotus with a short poem that reads:

Although the lotus grown in muddy waters,
Still it grows straight, and one can smell its fragrance
Even from afar.

In ancient texts, the lotus is given the name "Gentleman of Flowers" and has become a metaphor for honesty and a noble character. The flower is symbolic of maintaining ones honor and purity, even when immersed in an atmosphere of filth and corruption.

- Hand designed 1/4 Silk Thread silk embroidered art
- Frame: 25" x 25", Mat Opening: 19" x 19"
- 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.

$279.00 $79.00