An Ocean Accepts 100 Streams Chinese Calligraphy Scroll

Horizontal Chinese calligraphy scroll painting of an idiom of generosity, using vast oceans as a figure of speech about open minded people. Chinese idioms have deep meanings and they often use a figure of speech to express a point. The Chinese calligraphy painting of generosity is one very good example. The idiom means oceans are big and can accept many streams. It encourages people to be generous and try to accept people who they don't like.


Item Size/Details

Wall Scroll Size: 64x27 Inches
Scroll Color: Blue/Gold
Painting Size: 48x23 Inches
Rice Paper Color: Tan With Gold Flakes
Item Number: a887
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