Chinese landscape painting developed and flourished in the Tang and Song dynasties (618 -1279 AD).*
In this modern interpretation, various shades and textures of solid-surface remnants (Corian), live plants, water falling on natural stone, and rising mist add sensory dimension to the compositional techniques employed by artists of those periods.
*Lee. S. E. (2003 ). A History of Far Eastern Art, 5th Edition. Prentice-Hall. p. 302.