Qing (Ch’ing) Dynasty
Scroll on a Silk mount
Total Size: 82” x 36”
Image Size: 22.5” X 22.5”
Since 1315, a regulation stipulated that only the emperor could wear a two-horned, five-clawed dragon motif.
It was then that the dragon became a symbol of power. This beautiful imperial dragon painting is mounted on
a long silk scroll. The image displays bold brush strokes over delicate red and gold detailing. I purchased this
piece at the Pok Art House and it has been in my care and personal collection since 1975.
Condition: Very Good
Original available. Please call or email to inquire.