One Hundred Cranes

A work made of handscroll; ink and light color on silk.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of handscroll; ink and light color on silk.

Date:

Qing dynasty (1644–1912)

Artist:

Artist unknown, spurious signature of Shen Quan
Chinese, fl. 1725-1780

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Asian Art

Artist

Shen Quan

Title

One Hundred Cranes

Origin

China

Date

1682–1770

Medium

Handscroll; ink and light color on silk

Inscriptions

Artist’s inscription: Hundred cranes are jubilant together, pine and cypress trees are green forever. Nanpin, Shen Quan painted at the west window of the Songtao pavilion. signature, and seals of the artist

Dimensions

30.3 × 381.7 cm

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Richard Q. Livingston in memory of her husband, Richard Quigley Livingston

Reference Number

1989.627

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