Filed under Flowers
Tagged as Chinese Contemporary Art, Gao Quian, Guerlain, Mitsouko
The dragonflies are cool, but this butterfly painting is gorgeous.
It is certainly prettier, but for me the contrast of insect in the No 5 is the best one: a contradiction of textures. For perfume fetishists though, they are all gorgeous. I would love to have them on the wall. I wonder how big they are?
No longer sure of the title now – have found it called “Happy Union No.3”, as well as the Acacia number cited previously – but the the butterfly/moth painting appears to be 71 x 40 cm, ink and color on paper, 2014. Larger than I’d visualised.
I don’t mind, actually. My Hong Kong friend, Cynthia is a very cultured woman so I just took her ‘Love Potion’ title, but I also like ‘Acacia’. Not sure about Happy Union: it sounds like a badly written menu in a Chinese restaurant.
Glad that it is big, actually. I bet they all look lovely up close.
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