Insription: Painted by Xia Kui of Qiantang 錢塘夏葵寫. Seals of the artist: 夏氏廷暉, intaglio, square.
195.6 × 101.6 cm (77 × 30 in.)
Purchase from R. A. Waller Fund
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Richard Barnhart, et al., Painters of the Great Ming: The Imperial Court and the Zhe School [Exh. cat.] (Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, 1993), no. 26b.
Hayassaki Collection, Japan
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