Reserve your museum-quality Shen Yun Collections art prints to complement your office, home, or gallery. All of our museum-quality giclée art prints are made to last 200-300 years and are ready for display: Printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper, double matted, in Italian-made frames, with glazing of your choice. Featuring original and exclusive images from Shen Yun performances.
Chinese lore is rich with tales of mystical beings who visit the human world. Among them is the moon goddess, Chang’e, who lives in a celestial palace with a host of fairies to keep her company. In this story, we follow one of China’s greatest emperors, Tang Taizong (598-649), on the night of the Moon Festival. As the emperor wistfully gazes at the autumn sky, he drinks in homage to the moon and its mysteries. On a whim, he decides to leave the imperial grounds to take in the festivities. Accompanied by his advisor, a Taoist sage, the emperor is suddenly captivated by a lady of otherworldly grace. What happens next, they say, is a thing of legends.