Gao Shi

Chinese gao shi paintingsWho is Chinese Gao shi? What does Chinese Gao shi Painting mean? Gao Shi" generally refers to people with lofty interests and noble conduct, but also refers to hermits with a sense of transcendence. The word "Gao" has a grand and profound meaning. In ancient times, the so-called "Gao Shi" refers to a specific person with outstanding talent and thus admirable. This can refer to literature, martial arts, painting, calligraphy and so on. Perhaps literati and scholars are always more implicit, especially love to use allusions, do not like to be frank. They yearn for this realm of ambition and erudition, in which they hide their thoughts and metaphors in their daily utensils. For this reason, the "kaoshitu" is common on the paintings and elegant utensils. It's not hard to see these noble and reclusive gentlemen, such as inkpad, pen holder and flower goblet. Guan Gong was formerly known as Gao shi, a famous figure of the Three Kingdoms period. He not only has a loyal and powerful image, but also can enter treasures, protect wealth and prevent evil. Gao shi's Chinese paintings should be facing outside the house or facing the door. In this way, he can not only enter the house, but also keep the door open to prevent outside evils from invading. So what about the hanging skills of the Chinese painting Guan Gong's portrait? Guan Gong's form and spirit are serious, his eyes are divine, he is holding a blue dragon with a moon knife and a magnificent look. There are two types of statues of Guan Gong, one with the blade pointed upwards and the other with the blade pointed downwards. The upward meaning of the knife point indicates Guan Gong's loyalty, and the downward meaning means being rich. If the house is safe, Guan Gong's knife is facing in, and if doing business, the blade is facing outward. We have many Chinese Gao shi paintings that can be mailed to you directly from the artists. We will save you 50% compare the price you get from your local store. you can also contact us and send requests to personalize your paintings.

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