Chinese Calligraphy Scrolls

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We offer a large selection of Chinese calligraphy wall scrolls and each one of these Chinese calligraphy wall scrolls is a hand painted work of art (unless otherwise noted).

Most of the calligraphy scrolls are painted using a special ink on rice paper, but the type of ink and paper used will vary from artist to artist.

Calligraphy scrolls are perfect to give as gifts, to create an Asian themed room or for Feng Shui cures.

Chinese artists have strived to keep the traditional arts alive and have done so with surprising success. Today you can still find some of the most beautiful watercolor paintings in the history of China.

These wall scrolls are a testament to the culture and history of China, as well as the artists who strive to preserve that history in the artworks.

The art of Chinese Calligraphy has been around for thousands of years and during this period of time there have always been many famous calligraphers in China who have created excellent artworks.

Each Chinese calligraphy artist paints with his or her own unique style, which makes collecting these artworks a joy for both collectors and buyers who appreciate fine art.

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Red Symbol Chinese Dragon Calligraphy Scroll

Red Symbol Chinese Dragon Calligraphy Scroll
This Chinese wall scroll contains the Chinese calligraphy symbol for Dragon and measures 11x29 Inches. The red calligraphy symbol is the traditional Chinese word for Dragon and this scroll is made with a white silk brocade.


Double Happiness Wall Scroll

Double Happiness Wall Scroll
This Chinese calligraphy wall scroll has a white silk brocade and measures 11x29 inches. The Chinese calligraphy symbol on this scroll was painted by Beijing, China artist Mo Yun, and is sealed by the artist, which is the way Chinese artists sign a painting.

The double happiness symbol is used for Chinese weddings and for new couples and is said to promote fidelity and get the marriage off to a good start. New couples should hang this scroll above the headboard of the bed.


Longevity Wall Scroll

Longevity Wall Scroll
This wall scroll features the Chinese calligraphy symbol Longevity and measures 11x29 Inches. The wall scroll is made with a white silk brocade, and the scroll has a black wooden scroll rod at the bottom to allow it to hang straight on your wall.

This scroll was painted by the artist Mo Yun, a Beijing, China artist. We discovered Mr. Mo Yun on one of our buying trips and liked both the man and his art.

Many of the works we collected will not be offered for sale in the near future. These artworks are some of the best examples of Chinese calligraphy writing you will find anywhere online and we are sure you will be pleased with his paintings.


Love Symbol Calligraphy Wall Scroll

Love Symbol Calligraphy Wall Scroll
This Chinese calligraphy wall scroll was painted by artist Mo Yun, features the Chinese symbol for love and measures approximately 11x29 Inches.

The wall scroll has a white silk brocade border with a black wooden scroll rod at the bottom to allow it to hang straight on your wall. Mr. Mo Yun is a watercolor painter from Beijing, China and his watercolor paintings focus mostly on bamboo, flowers and calligraphy.

Though his paintings are simple they demonstrate a sophistication rarely seen in any art form and remain faithful to the traditional Chinese watercolor painting styles of the ancient masters.

This painting was sealed by the artist, Mr. Mo Yun. Seals are the way Chinese artists "sign" their artworks and can be used to identify the artist of a painting.


Chinese Friend Symbol Calligraphy Scroll

Chinese Friend Symbol Calligraphy Scroll
This Chinese calligraphy wall scroll features the Chinese symbol for Friend and measures approximately 11x29 Inches.

The friend calligraphy wall scroll has a white silk brocade border with a black wooden scroll rod at the bottom to allow it to hang straight on your wall.

This calligraphy painting was sealed by the artist, Mr. Mo Yun. Seals are the way Chinese artists "sign" their artworks and can be used to identify the artist of a painting.

The artist may also place additional seals on some paintings with meaning of a personal nature, relating to beliefs, past teachers or his favorite things in life.

Each artist will usually have a number of these seals on hand to personalize each painting according to it's meaning to the artist. The seal is also a way to balance a painting, so that it is pleasing to the eye.


Family Symbol Calligraphy Scroll

Family Symbol Calligraphy Scroll
This wall scroll features the Chinese calligraphy symbol Family and measures 11x29 Inches.

The family symbol wall scroll is made with a white silk brocade, and the scroll has a black wooden scroll rod at the bottom to allow it to hang straight on your wall.


Chinese Symbol for Health Wall Scroll

Chinese Symbol for Health Wall Scroll
This Chinese calligraphy wall scroll features the Chinese symbol for health and measures approximately 11x29 Inches. The wall scroll has a white silk brocade border with a black wooden scroll rod at the bottom to allow it to hang straight on your wall.

Each calligraphy artist follows traditional principles, yet they develop their own unique styles. Part of writing good calligraphy symbols is expression, so each artist seeks to express himself through his work.


Idiom Blessings for a Long, Healthy, Peaceful Life Scroll

Idiom Blessings for a Long, Healthy, Peaceful Life Scroll
This idiom calligraphy wall scroll measures 9x33 Inches and features Chinese symbols meaning Blessings for a Long, Healthy, Peaceful Life. The top and bottom of the Blessings for a Long, Healthy, Peaceful Life idiom scroll is dark blue silk brocade, and the calligraphy painting is surrounded by white silk brocade. The Chinese calligraphy symbols were painted by Xing Chen, a Beijing, China calligraphy artist.

Chinese idioms are very famous in China and have grown in popularity throughout the Western world due to the fact that they combine two of the worlds most respected art forms, painting and poetry. This idiom scroll makes a great addition to a home, office, school or anywhere you want to share an inspiring message with family, friends or colleagues.


Idiom Meaning a Ship is Sailing in Good Wind Calligraphy Scroll

Idiom Meaning a Ship is Sailing in Good Wind Calligraphy Scroll
This wall scroll features the Chinese calligraphy symbol Meaning a Ship is Sailing in Good Wind and measures 9x33 Inches. The top and bottom of the Ship is Sailing in Good Wind idiom scroll is a dark blue silk brocade and is surrounded by white silk brocade.

The Ship is Sailing in Good Wind scroll contains a scroll rod wrapped by silk brocade within the bottom to allow it to hang straight on your wall. This scroll was painted by the artist Xing Chen, a Beijing, China calligraphy artist.

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