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Among the Lotuses I (18"x18")

Among the Lotuses I (18"x18")

Reflecting the concept of yin and yang, Chinese art often depicts the same subject like lotus flowers as budding and in bloom, as well as faded and wilting, to convey life as an interconnected and complementary cycle.

One half of a diptych, this printed scroll is accompanied by the words "Sometimes the brightest colors come from the darkest places" in the Oxherd Boy book.

About the Item

Printed on matte, 192 g/m² paper sourced from Japan, this unique wall scroll reinterprets a traditional painted scroll found in East Asian art in a modern way. Signed by the artist, this high-quality print is secured on hangers made from high-quality natural oak, creating a lightweight and unique alternative to traditional framed art, perfect for mixing and matching a variety of decor and styles.

Regular price $75.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $75.00 USD
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