Decorative polychrome relief realized in reconstituted marble (marble dust agglutinated with cronolite) with patina of aging, inspired in the universal art.
Relief mounted on a wood frame.
The measures includes the frame.
Fragment of the wall of the nine dragons. Beijing Imperial Palace. 1771 A.d. The Dragon is a fabulous animal, universal symbolic figure, found in the majority of the peoples of the world, both the classical and Oriental and primitive cultures. Arguably, China is the place where the dragon has achieved greater dissemination and representation. I would like to emphasize in an aesthetic manner this Dragon, ruler of the water and the time of the facade of tiles glazed in the wall of the nine dragons of the Imperial Palace.