This Chinese silk embroidery is reproduced from a Chinese ink painting. It depicts a beautiful and intricate portrayal of lotus flowers in various stages of bloom, with detailed petals that are white and shades of grey. The embroidery painting is vertical and elongated, capturing the graceful ascent of lotus flowers from the water. The background is minimalistic, primarily white silk, allowing the focus to remain on the flora and fauna.
This silk embroidery painting is a hand-embroidered artwork created by embroidery artists from Suzhou, China. The embroidery technique used in this painting is known as Su embroidery which is one of the four major embroidery styles in China.
This Chinese silk embroidery, inspired by traditional Chinese ink painting, presents a captivating and intricate portrayal of lotus flowers in various stages of bloom. The vertical and elongated composition skillfully captures the graceful ascent of the lotus flowers emerging from the water, each detailed petal rendered in shades of white and grey with exquisite precision.
The background of the embroidery artwork is kept minimalistic, employing primarily white silk, ensuring that the viewer's attention remains focused on the delicate beauty of the lotus flowers and their surroundings. The vertical orientation enhances the sense of elongation, mirroring the natural growth pattern of lotus blossoms.
Crafted by skilled artists from Su Embroidery Studio,Suzhou, China, this silk embroidery painting employs the Su embroidery technique, which is recognized as one of the four major embroidery styles in China. The hand-embroidered nature of this piece, combined with the intricate detailing of lotus flowers, reflects the artistry and cultural richness inherent in traditional Chinese embroidery. Through the delicate use of silk threads, this artwork beautifully translates the essence of Chinese ink painting into a stunning and tactile representation of lotus blooms.