c2-62 Hanging scroll painting - Bone, Silk - "Three Visits to the Thatched Cottage" - Japan - Early 20th century
|Object:||Hanging scroll painting|
|Period:||Early 20th century|
|Region/ Country of origin:||Japan|
|Title of artwork:||"Three Visits to the Thatched Cottage"|
|Condition:||Reasonable condition, see description|
This is an ancient hanging scroll painted "Three Visits to the Thatched Cottage" pattern.
The most famous story about Zhuge Liang and Liu Bei should be "Three Visits to the Thatched Cottage". "Three Visits to the Thatched Cottage" refers to Liu Bei, in order to ask Zhuge Liang to come out of the mountain to help him, three times to Zhuge Liang's thatched cottage to ask Zhuge Liang, moved by this sincerity, Zhuge Liang finally agreed to come out of the mountain to help Liu Bei, and Liu Bei's thirsty behavior is also Praised for later generations. "Three visits to thatched cottage" has become synonymous with seeking talent.
It is beautiful hanging on the wall!
Condition: (please refer to the pictures for details )
painting is in reasonable condition, some general age wearing, spots, wrinkles, stains.
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