The name of the Chinese poem written on this calligraphy scroll is Chu Zhou on the Western Stream. It's one of the famous poems in China's history written by China's famous poet Wei Yingwu. This poem calligraphy deserves collection. This Chinese calligraphy scroll painting features a scenery poem masterpiece, one of Wei Ying Wu representatives works. A very popular Chinese poem written by the famous ancient Chinese poet Wei Ying Wu.
The first two sentences of the poem mean: The poet only likes the quiet grass which the gorge grows, on has the oriole to cry in the shade deep place.
This brings to mind a quiet and tasteful scene, with simple yet beautiful color where interesting to listen to music interweaves.
the last two sentences say that, Evening rains the moist high water more anxious, on the outskirts ferry spot there are no pedestrians, a ferryboat is anchored horizontally the river.
In this rain at the ferry spot a small boat idles, the small boat contains the poets sadness which accomplishes nothing to oneself, makes the person to think deeply.
This art work was created by Beijing, China artist Xing Chen and is a 100 percent hand painted Chinese calligraphy scroll painting measuring 9x33 inches.
Item Size/DetailsWall Scroll Size:
9x33 inchesScroll Color:
WhiteRice Paper Color: