Auspicious Koi Painting 九鲤图

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"Auspicious Koi Painting 九鲤图" is an artistic painting that also makes an excellent fengshui painting. 


Featuring nine koi fish in a lotus pond, the koi fishes are lively and colourful against a deep calming pond with placid lotus leaves. 


Koi fish is considered a good luck symbol to the Chinese and 9 koi fishes have many significant meanings.


In a fengshui painting, nine koi fish symbolizes:

Good Fortune 吉祥如意 

Bountiful Blessings 招财纳福 

Wealth 财源滚滚 

Abundance 年年有余 

Success 步步高升 

Harmony 温馨和谐 

Longevity 长长久久

Strength  鲤鱼跳龙

Happiness 幸福美满


Disregarding fengshui elements, this painting is simply a beautiful piece of fine art.


It is a mesmerising painting that exudes tranquility with the dark water pond framed with balmy lotus leaves, but at the same the vibrant and richly hued koi fish are so spirited and full of life. 


The koi fishes seem alive but yet they are not photographically realistic.  The painting is indeed a masterful piece of art. 


Leading Singapore artist Low Hai Hong was always intrigued with the koi fish and he painted several paintings of the koi fish, always attempting to capture their energy and grace.


The "Auspicious Koi Painting" was always a crowd favourite when visitors see it in his house, proudly hanged in the living room. 


So he decided to reproduce the painting as a limited edition print so that everyone can enjoy this meditative and good luck painting in their own homes too.


Whether it is for good fengshui or simply as an art decor for CNY, the "Auspicious Koi Painting" will keep everyone at home, young or old, spell-bound for a very long time.


It also makes a perfect decor for your office or as a gift to business associates, symbolising all the best wishes for a successful and rewarding business.  


As a thoughtful birthday gift for relatives and friends, it will be a crowd favourite in their house too. 

How to make your CNY decoration for 2022 stand out with the "Auspicious Koi Painting":

1. If you have CNY plants or flowers, place the painting near them to create a festive corner.  

You can hang the painting on the wall next to the tall tangerine plant or pussy willows, or place the painting on a small table next to a shorter potted plant.  

The plants and the painting will create a brand new CNY wall art that nobody has!

2. If you have a table full of CNY goodies, use the painting as a centrepiece to make the table stand out.  

The painting can be placed elevated so that it is not blocked by the goodies and put against the wall or any reasonably sturdy structure.

This allows your guests to have the opportunity to examine the painting up close and be wowed by its liveliness!

3. Given the continued Covid restrictions, you will most probably be doing a lot of video calls this CNY.  

Place the painting in a strategic position during the video call and create a cheerful CNY mood for the other party too!

Be creative and you will find many more different ways to light up your home this CNY!  Some tips for the painting: 

1. The painting is not heavy, so you can hang it on the wall using sturdy removable 3M hooks.  

2.  The painting is not big, so you can place it on the table against the wall or any weighted structure.  

3. The painting does not have a glass or plastic cover so there is lesser danger if it drops accidentally.  

These unique features give you a lot of flexibility to where and how you can place the painting, so let your imagination roar!


Title: Auspicious Koi Painting 九鲤图
Artist: Low Hai Hong 
Medium: Print on Canvas
Year: 2021
Dimensions with frame: 65 x 45cm
Frame: Rose wood colour


This painting is a fully framed, limited edition, high quality print on artist canvas, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. 


If you wish to see the painting in person or have any questions, feel free to ask us anytime.  We offer a no-questions-asked, guaranteed-full-refund, returns policy.


Go ahead, treat yourself to some prosperity art today. 

And thank you, for supporting our local artists!


 What is art? Nature concentrated. - Honore de Balzac