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Double Dragons

洪福遠 , 1986

The picture is painted with dragon pattern. The main pattern is deformed double dragons playing with the bead. The two yellow dragons are symmetrical facing to each other, as if they are competing for the dragon bead. The dragon body is decorated with many deformed cloud patterns, symbolizing good luck. Two pairs of dragon patterns are respectively decorated at the gap formed by the Double Dragons. These dragon patterns are slender and flexible, and very decorative. The dragon is a symbol of the Chinese nation and represents the supreme imperial power in ancient China. The dragon pattern used in this painting originates from the Han Dynasty (202BC-220). This ancient style of decoration contains good expectations for life and career.

  • 洪福遠
  • Painting, Wax Painting
  • 65cm X 60cm

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