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Light mist swept clear morning mountain,
Cold and chilly, half of the autumn already passed.
I am in the west of the Jian [Hangzhou?], herd about the
turmoil in the north.
Amidst the sound of stream, there is bird’s lonely song.
In the winter, twelfth month of the bingyin year (1746),
Xinluoshanven painted and wrote at Tietaoguan.
(Eun-wha Park, 1989)
Youxin ruwei; relief, square. Hua Yan; intaglio, square. Qiuyue; intaglio, square. (Eun-wha Park, 1989)
-- Two seals by the artist. Right bottom-one seal by the artist. Left bottom one seal by a famous collector of the 19th century. Ho Yen. One seal by Chai Le Tang.
149.9 × 54.7 cm (59 × 21 1/2 in.)
Gift of the Joseph and Helen Regenstein Foundation
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“Oriental Art Recently Acquired by American Museum”, 1967, Archives of Asian Art (1968-69), p. 107, Fig. 3.
?? Archives of Asian Art, 1967, p. 107-108,126-127.
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