“The four knights” of Chinese brush painting refer to four plants: the orchid, the plum tree, the bamboo and the chrysanthemum. These four plants have become the basis of Chinese art because of their beauty and significance.
Orchids are prized for their delicate fragrance and are always associated with elegance. Plum blossoms are cold-hardy flowers that bloom at the coldest time of the year. Delicate but resistant, they serve as a metaphor for inner beauty and humility shown in adverse conditions.
Bamboo is strong and upright. It is the symbol of strength, both physical and mental, as it bends and sways in the harshest gales, but does not break.
The chrysanthemum is beautiful and colorful, it usually blooms in autumn when other flowers wither, symbolizing the virtue of resisting all adversities.
In Chinese art, the plum tree, orchid, bamboo and chrysanthemum appear individually or together. When they appear together, they symbolize the four seasons: the plum blossom for winter, the orchid for spring, the bamboo for summer and the chrysanthemum for autumn.
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