Su Embroidery Entered National Museum of China

As China's Fourth Embroidery Culture Festival opened in Suzhou, the National Museum in Beijing received a special gift donated by the Suzhou municipal government. It's a gorgeous Su embroidery composition called "Spring Blossoms," inspired by a traditional Chinese painting.

At 2.8 meters long and 1.5 meters wide, it took master embroiderer Liang Xuefang and 18 workers two years to complete the work. Varied needle methods were used to imitate the effects created by Chinese brush, ink and color painting, all of which endow the "Spring Blossom" with more visual depth.
Su embroidery Spring Blossoms
Silk embroidery Spring Blossoms at China's Fourth Embroidery Culture Festival
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