Longevity Original Chinese / Japanese Crane Art Painting

Longevity Original Chinese / Japanese Crane Art Painting
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Crane Art
  • Model: CPCA0004
  • Created by Artist: Lingxue
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This is not a Print! This custom original Japanese crane art painting artwork is 100% hand-painted by our talented artist.


About This Chinese / Japanese Crane Painting Artwork


xin xiang chang shou japanese kanji pinyin

Fragrance Longevity


chinese japanese crane art painting artwork

Close up view of this colorful Japanese crane art in Chinese brush painting


* Painting Size: 40" x 20" (100cm x 50cm), Silk Border: 52” x 25” (130cm x 62cm);


There are two red crown cranes painted on handmade rice paper, they have colorful. The first four characters on the right mean fragrance longevit(xin xiang chang shou in Hanyu pinyin), xin xiang mean fragrance, chang shou mean longevity. The others on the left are the personal inscription of our artist’s signature and time of creation.


About Red Crown Crane


Red-crowned cranes are very communal and live in flocks. They are the second rarest species of crane, the whooping crane of North America being the rarest. There are between 1700 to 2000 red-crowned cranes in all of Eastern Asia. It is one of the world's largest birds, and also one of the largest cranes. These cranes are migratory which explains their various types of food they eat. During the spring and summer the cranes fly east to the wetlands in temperate East Asia. This is where they breed. The cranes winter along rivers and in salt and freshwater marshes in Japan, China, and the Korean Peninsula. The red-crowned cranes are generally monogamous, that is, mated birds stay together throughout the year, and even until one bird dies. Both the male and female build the nest. The female usually lays two eggs that hatch at the same time. Once the eggs hatch, the female is more involved with the domestic affairs while the male is responsible for defense. These cranes are considered to be sacred to the Japanese people, and were declared the national Japanese bird in 1952.


Red-crowned life attitude about 60 years, its elegant and refined, crows sound gives a person with free from vulgarity feeling. In Chinese ancient myths and folklore is known as "crane", becomes decorous, symbol of longevity, often act as traditional Chinese poetry and painting theme.


Note: This original Japanese crane art painting does not include framing but is Ready-to-Frame, just giving you more options for your own personalized framing ideas.


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