You cannot help but see the grace and elegance of every original Japanese brush painting.
The Japanese kanji design for the word "Grace" consists of 13 strokes that make up two elements. The first element represents a fang or tusk. The second element represents a small bird which indicates a delicateness that is indicative of refinement. The combination of the two elements conveys the idea of graciousness, elegance, and refinement.
The Chinese interpretation of the character enhances the definition to include artistry and good taste. It includes a reference to Shi Jing (alternatively, Shijing), which is a book of songs. The Shi Jing dates back to the time of Confucius and is the oldest collection of Chinese poetry in existence. The traditional Japanese interpretation is much simpler, suggesting that the kanji character refers to refinement, elegance, gracefulness and can also be used in the context of a woman’s beauty.
We recommend that you choose a rosewood frame for the hand-crafted Japanese brush painting kanji for "Grace."
When you choose to incorporate one or more original Japanese Shodo paintings into the interior decor of your home or office, you capture the spiritual power of zen, allowing warmth to transform your home or office into your dream oasis.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Rosewood