100% Handmade Embroidery Framed People Ladies in a Garden 75085

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75085
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Framed Size: 36x65 inch

King Silk Art offers a "lay-a-way" payment service. Just send us a small deposit and then our artists will start working for you to create a one-of-kind silk embroidery artwork for you and your family! Call us now at 866-775-1118, send an email to Forest at kingsilkart@gmail.com. or click here and send us your contact details and questions. We would like to help as soon as possible.

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This is not a painting! This is not tapestry! King Silk Art creates 100% hand-stitched silk embroidery artwork. A talented silk embroidery artist spent nearly a year stitching this gorgeous wall art. This embroidery is a completely natural form of art. No glues, paint or machinery, just silk, vegetable dyes and a needle.This unique style of silk embroidery artwork was created in Suzhou, China nearly 2200 year ago to meet the needs of the royal families. Compared to prints and paintings, silk artwork has a nearly 3D look. And silk artwork is more valuable, as it is handmade, each piece is one of a kind. 

 Suzhou Silk Art Creation Process  

Forest's 21st Century Silk Road

This gorgeous masterpiece is not only exquisitely stitched, with dimension, detail and color, but it is also filled with symbolic meanings. The scene is from one of China's Four Great Classical novels, Hong Lou Meng, The Dream of Red Mansions in English. This 18th century classic depicts many aspects of traditional Chinese culture, and specifically celebrates the women in the male protagonist's life. This garden called the Prospect Garden is featured prominently in the novel as a place where the ladies in the novel spend much of their time. Among the many symbolic aspects of this work are Emperor Cranes, White Peacocks, Willows, Bamboo and Peonies, just to name a few.