11 Chinese Scrolls Restored Thanks to Our Texas Chapter

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Gardens blossom in our artistic projects too: one prominent restoration project centers on 11 sumptuous Chinese scrolls depicting flowers in bloom. These beautiful pieces are by Yun Shouping – also known as Nantian (1633 – 1690). He was one of the “Six Masters” of the Qing period and adorned his poetic scrolls with brilliant and intricate flower patterns. The Vatican Museum is dedicated to restoring these unique delicate scrolls so they can be displayed and kept safe from the elements. This restoration was generously sponsored by Robert F. Smith.  Learn more here:http://texasvaticanpatrons.org/portfolio-items/eleven-chinese-scrolls-by-yun-shouping/

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