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Framed Ginkgo Tea Pot
Ginkgo Tea Pot
by Chariklia Zarris
16" x 16" Frame
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Price: $141.49 
Framed Willow Tea Pot
Willow Tea Pot
by Chariklia Zarris
16" x 16" Frame
 
Price: $141.49 
Framed Exotic Tea (D) II
Exotic Tea (D) II
 
14" x 17" Frame
 
Price: $135.99 
Framed Exotic Tea (D) I
Exotic Tea (D) I
 
14" x 18" Frame
 
Price: $139.99 
Framed Tea harvesting, Assam, India
Tea harvesting, Assam, India
by Panoramic Images
44" x 20" Frame
 
Price: $341.49 
Framed Tea harvesting, Assam, India
Tea harvesting, Assam, India
by Panoramic Images
34" x 16" Frame
 
Price: $228.99 
Framed Geisha, Tokyo, Honshu, Japan
Geisha, Tokyo, Honshu, Japan
 
21" x 28" Frame
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Price: $228.99 
Framed Pot of Tea and Keys, 1822
Pot of Tea and Keys, 1822
by Katsushika Hokusai
22" x 24" Frame
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Price: $203.99 
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Framed Asian Tea Prints

Having tea in Asia is a part of the culture and they do it in lovely ways with beautiful teapots and matching cups. Artists have taken this relaxing and enjoyable moment and turned it into art. The many pieces of framed Asian tea art that are available are simply lovely and art lovers from all over enjoy them on a regular basis.

Krista Sewell and Silvia Vassileva use the tradition of tea and combine it with the loveliness of the cherry blossom to create their framed Asian tea art pictures titled “Takara Tea Room” and “Green Tea I and II”. Krista Sewell also takes another plant that is famous in Asia and incorporates it into her piece titled “Bamboo Tea Room I”.
For a simpler look with a touch more color art lovers turn to Chariklia Zarris for her framed Asian tea art paintings. Her two most popular pieces are “Ginkgo Tea Pot” and “Willow Tea Pot”. Use simplistic look and vivid colors gives these pieces a certain charm and warmth making them a good addition to any home kitchen.

The concept of Asian tea art dates all the way back to 1822 with a work by Katasushika Hokusai. Deborah Bookman uses a map as a backdrop for her Asian tea art bringing a completely unique twist to the genre. These are very detailed pieces that an art lover can spend a bit of time studying and admiring. For art lovers that prefer their pieces on a vertical format will find a piece titled “Green Tea” by Gregory Gorham.
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