Dated vintage, this screenprint by American artist Hemia Calpini (1908-1988) purportedly depicts Li Qingzhao (1084-1155), a prominent poet and essayist during the Song Dynasty. Gracefully rendered in tones of gold and black, the elegant female figure holds a large bouquet of flowers, a colorful bird perched on her finger. Framed in ornate gold and black, this screenprint is unsigned by the artist, but was originally published circa the 1930s to the 1940s.
Coordinating screenprint available, sold separately.
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