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Colophon by Emperor Ch'ien Lung & collector's seals
102.4 × 30.5 cm (40 1/4 × 12 in.); Including mount: 238.4 × 52.3 cm (93 7/8 × 20 5/8 in.); Rolling bar: H.: 62 cm (24 7/16 in.)
Gift of Russell Tyson
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Chinese Art Society of American Museums, 1955, p. 66 & 79.Charles F Kelley “Chinese Paintings Acquired ,” The Art Institute of Chicago Quarterly, April, 1956, p. 28
Alice R .M. Hyland, The Literati Vision: Sixteenth Century Wu Scholl Paintinf and Calligraphy (Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1984) no. 37
Comprehensive Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Paintings: Third Series, Vol. 1 American and Canadian Collections 1, Research Field of Art, East Asian Department, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo, by University of Tokyo Press, 2013; page I-29, No. A 3–103.
Frank Caro, C.T. Loo, NY
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