Freaky Tiger and Magpie: Korean 19th-Century Minhwa Folk Painting | Vintage Bird Cute Kawaii Gift | Lion Leopard Poster Print with Hanger

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  • "Freaky Tiger and Magpie" is a Korean 19th-century Minhwa folk painting that showcases the popular folk art themes of ancient Korea. The painting depicts a tiger with a ridiculous expression and a magpie, both of which were common subjects in Minhwa paintings. The tiger in the painting represents the ruling elite, and its ridiculous expression is a satirical commentary on their behavior. The magpie, on the other hand, represents the common people and is depicted in a dignified manner.

    Minhwa paintings, also known as "folk paintings," were created by common people and often reflect their daily lives and beliefs. They were typically created using vibrant colors, bold brushstrokes, and a variety of symbolic elements. This painting is a prime example of the Minhwa tradition, which is known for its lively and expressive style.

    This giclée, acid-free print comes ready to hang with its own hand-crafted, solid-wood hangers. Discrete magnetic fasteners to keep your print secure. It's an elegant and contemporary way to showcase your art. Prints use eco-friendly, water-based inks. 

    • Each hanging kit contains four wooden strips with color coordinated cords
    • Magnetic fasteners hold your print in place without tearing or marking
    • Museum-quality Enhanced Matte Art (EMA) paper is both beautiful and strong
    • The lightly-textured, matte finish captures fine lines and subtle colors, resulting in stunning works of art


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