Framed Tiger Smoking a Pipe, with Magpies | Korean Minhwa Folk Art Mythology | Kawaii Cute Framed Print

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  • In ancient Korea, magpies and tigers were popular folk art themes. The tiger was intentionally given a ridiculous expression and represented the ruling class. Many aristocrats smoked absurdly long pipes that required servants to light them. The dignified magpie represented the commoners. Thus, these minhwa paintings satirized the aristocracy. 

    You'll receive framed, heavyweight, giclée, acid-free print that's created to last for generations. 

    • Handmade by expert picture framers
    • Giclée, museum quality, acid-free paper
    • Framed prints are delivered ready to hang
    • Milled, high-quality wood with a satin finish
    • Hanging hardware and acrylic front-protector is included


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    Museum Quality, Giclée Paper

    Museum-quality, acid-free giclée paper and Epson inks won't fade or discolor over time.

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    Pre-Installed Hanging Hardware

    Hanging hardware and acrylic front-protector is included


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