TengWang Pavilion NanChang China

Edition of 500

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The Pavilion of Prince Teng in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, China was first built in 653 AD, by Li Yuanying. The Pavilion was to be destroyed and rebuilt a total of 29 times over the next centuries, last being completely renovated in 1989. After a day exploring the temple gardens and grounds we were treated to a traditional music and dance performance on the ninth level. A dim sum dinner and Nanchang beer topped off a perfect day. The deep shadows of the gabled roof and spires created a striking silhouette against the Gan River basin. The Giclee is certified with authentic signature. This print is an Edition of 500 in 2 sizes.
GICLEE2048-002 16 15/16"w x 10 3/4"h unframed $125.00Add to Cart
GICLEE2048-001 27"w x 16 1/2"h unframed $275.00Add to Cart

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