Calligraphy Long Life - Artwork
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What do we see in this work of art?
This painting is one of the long-lasting dream images.
Living a long and healthy life is man's most fundamental desire, which has been considered more important than wealth and fame. It is said that Qin Shi Huangdi, who achieved great wealth and prosperity through the unification of China, sent people from all directions to find a magical plant that would not age when eaten in order to live forever.
Yes, this Chinese character means long life. The picture was painted to pray for long life for future generations. Although it is a Chinese character, it was written by one Korean painter, Misun Kim, drawn. Although Korean characters also exist, this Chinese character is still a symbol of long life in Korea.
The Korean artist Misun Kim has drawn interesting animals, plants and more on the sign. There are ten desires. The ten longevityes include the sun, the moon, the clouds, the rocks, the sea, the pines, the cranes, the deer, the turtles and ten species of plants that symbolize longevity. The Painting of the Ten Longevities, depicting ten types of long life, is a unique painting in Korea. In traditional Chinese and Japanese art, although there is a symbol of longevity, there is no concept of the ten types of longevity. Interestingly, artist Misun Kim painted these ten longevity in the sign that means long life. This is an art that combines and unites multiple cultures.
Where can this mural hang?
The Artwork “Calligraphy Long Life” by Korean artist Misun Kim is a real feast for the eyes for friends of flora and fauna who are also looking for something unusual. This long-lasting dream image was traditionally given as a gift to wish parents, teachers or kings a long life. This could also be a good gift for parents, grandparents or your loved ones even nowadays. This meaningful mural fits well in the living room or hallway.
Details of this painting
- Original title: Lightningdo (letter too)
- Artist: Misun Kim (South Korea)
- Datum: 2017
- Format: painted on the traditional Korean paper
- Size: 68x45cm
- Genre: koreanisches Schriftgemälde (Munjado)
Original image size: 68 x 45 cm
Do you want to try this work of art at home?
In order to avoid unnecessary costs and inconveniences, we recommend that you first purchase a poster of the work. This way you can judge for yourself whether the picture suits you.