Chinese Scroll Painting / Calligraphy Poem Scroll

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You can customize this Chinese scroll painting with one of the famous Chinese poems which are translated into English below. The calligraphy is completely hand painted in the LiSu script, which is bold and clear.

Each scroll is custom and handmade and will be 11” X 32” (28 X 81 CM). Silk edging with intricate …

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You can customize this Chinese scroll painting with one of the famous Chinese poems which are translated into English below. The calligraphy is completely hand painted in the LiSu script, which is bold and clear.

Each scroll is custom and handmade and will be 11” X 32” (28 X 81 CM). Silk edging with intricate designs graces each scroll and you can choose your color.

Note that the scrolls in the pictures are examples of similar scrolls we have done. Yours will be personalized according to the options you select upon checkout.

Choose from these available 10 famous Chinese poems and let us know which one you want in the notes to seller.

Poem 1 by Bai Ju Yi – Wish for Longevity: Wish you can live as old as the earth and the sky, Wish you can shine as bright as the moon and the sun.

Poem 2 by Bai Ju Yi – Bosom Friends: Both of us being strangers here, both of us stranded, does it matter that we’ve just met, if our hearts understand?

Poem 3 by Du Fu – Missing Someone: Twilight falls tonight, morning dew white, soft moon home, shines with delight.

Poem 4 by He Zhi Zhang – Song of the Willow: The slender tree is dressed in emerald all about, A thousand branches droop like fringes made of jade.

Poem 5 by Li Bai – Use your Talents: Since heaven gave the talent, let it be employed! Spin a thousand pieces of silver, all of them come back!

Poem 6 by Li Bai – Gazing at a Waterfall: The water fall’s torrent dashes down three thousand feet from high, As if the Silver River fell from azure sky.

Poem 7 by Su Shi – Springtime: There are several branches of peach flower beside the thick bamboo, Spring comes, and the ducks on the water are the first to know of spring’s warmth.

Poem 8 by Wang Chang Lin – Be Virtuous: Oh friend, when folks in Luoyang inquire, let it be said, My heart is as bright as crystal ice in the jar of jade.

Poem 9 by Yang Wang Li – Little Pool: A sharp small bud emerges on the blossoming lotus, The dragonfly has long stood by it.

Poem 10 by Zhu Ge Liang – Letter to My Son: Only when one does not seek glory and wealth can one have greal ideals, only by having inner peace can one think and see far ahead.

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