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Myriad mountains in flying snow, painted by Shuxian, Xie Shichen.
Xie Sizhong shi, intaglio
Qishisiweng(Seventy four years old man), intaglio
Yuchi title by Luo Zhenyu (1866-1940)
Collector's seal: "Hongdou shanzhuang"
4 colophons: Zhu Xuan, (17th)
Luo Zhenyu, (1918)
Nagao Ko (1919)
Cha Honghu (1919)
27.7 × 396.3 cm (10 7/8 × 156 in.)
Gift of the Orientals
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Paul L. Grigaut, E.P. Richardson, The Arts of the Ming Dynasty (The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1952), No. 28, p. 13.
Charles Fabens Kelley, “Chinese Painting,” The Art Institute of Chicago Quarterly, (AIC, 1951(11/4)). vol. 45, no. 4, figs. 5-6.
University of Chicago, Hsieh Shih-ch’en: a Ming Dynasty Painter Reinterprets the Past. David and Alfred Smart Gallery, January 12-February 26, 1978
Detroit Institute of Arts, The Arts of the Ming Dynasty, 1952
Laurence Sickman, K.C.Mo.
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