Graceful, ethereal, and full of joy, like the first breath of spring. Painted by Chinese artist Huang Jucai over 1,000 years ago, this ink-on-silk painting shows a parrot hanging upside down from the branch of a snow-white pear blossom tree. We’ve turned this painting into a large silk scarf, so you don’t need to visit the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to appreciate its delicate beauty.
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