Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistJeanne Rewa Collectioneajr
Description This is a print of an original Chinese painting by Jeanne Rewa. Jeanne lived in China from 2004-2006 and studied Chinese language and art independently. The print includes an image of the traditional brocade silk mounting - no additional matting is necessary!
'Qian Li Ma' means '1,000 Li Horse.' The Li is a Chinese unit of distance equal to a half a kilometer. The 1,000 Li Horse was a horse fabled to travel 1,000 Li (about 300 miles) in one day. Such horses were sought after by royalty during the Tang Dynasty, when horses reached their peak in Chinese cultural reverence.
calligraphy right:'1,000 li horse,' author's name seal left:'horse power' seal top right:author's name
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Jeanne Rewa Member Since November 2006 Artist Statement An avid horselover, possibly since birth, I have been drawing horses since I could first pick up a crayon. My artistic ability has increased alongside my knowledge of horse anatomy, motion, and character. I have worked with many types of horses, training, riding, and showing. I work in various media on paper including graphite pencil, watercolor, water-soluble graphite, ink. Chinese brush painting is another primary medium I work in, learning about this art form while living in China, through independent study, and with teachers.