Reproduction of a polychrome decorative relief in reconstituted marble (marble powder agglutinated with chronolite) with an aged patina, inspired by universal art.
Measurements: Width: 117 cm. Height: 90 cm. Depth: 5 cm.
Relief mounted on a wood frame.
The measures includes the frame.
Reproduction of a fragment of the wall of the nine dragons. Beijing Imperial Palace. 1771 A.d.
The dragon is a fabulous animal, a universal symbolic figure, found in most of the world’s peoples, in primitive and Eastern cultures as well as in classical ones. Possibly, China is the place where the dragon has reached a greater diffusion and representation. This dragon, ruler of water and time, stands out aesthetically from the enamelled tile façade of the wall of the nine dragons of the Imperial Palace.