Tiger 7 - Chinese Brush Painting by River Han
Tigers enjoying the waterfall, Chinese Brush Painting by River Han printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Bamboo.
This is a scene I captured during my visit to Siberia Tiger Park in Haerbin, China. The waterfall and background were added as an artist view of the tigers in the nature habitat.
The calligraphy was written in semi-cursive script style (行書), stating this painting was created in mid-autumn of 2009 by River Han while residing in northern California.
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