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Pine and Crane, 1932

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All the motifs in this painting are auspicious. Pine is a robust evergreen-like plum blossom, it is capable of withstanding the snows of winter. The two subjects are often combined with the crane-a bird symbolic of longevity, thus representing abundant blessings.

Pine and Crane
Artist Life
1867 - 1938
Accession Number
Curator Approved

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