Yinshou frontispiece by Wang Jin (15th century)
Colophon by Ma Xian (1484 jinshi)
Recorded in Lu Xinyuan, Rangliguan Guoyanlu (1892), vol. 13, p.13.
Inscription: (tentative translation)
Those who part at the capital gate are scholars,
There is red pavilion wine, [they] contend for baixue song[name of old song] Evening mountains are boundless, spring trees are drooping, Thinking about friendship and joy we had, hope to meet again at Wucheng.
Miss Alice Boney, gift
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Comprehensive Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Paintings: Vol. 1 American and Canadian Collections, compiled by Kei Suzuki , by University of Tokyo Press, 1982; page I-34, 35, No. A 3–015.
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