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PAINTING II: CHINA 


SIX DYNASTIES


1. attrib. to Gu Kaizhi, “Admonitions of the Instructress to the Ladies of the 
Palace,” 4th c, handscroll, ink and color on silk   
	detail 
	detail 
2. The Lo River Nymph, later copy of painting after Gu Kaizhi, handscroll, ink 
and color on silk 
3. detail of sarcophagus, stone relief of legend of filial piety, 6th c 
4. pictographs and later calligraphic renderings 
5. detail of ‘walking script’ calligraphy 


TANG DYNASTY


1. attrib. to Yan Liben, detail of Scroll of the Emperors, 7th c, handscroll, 
ink and color on silk 
	detail 
2. horse with groom, relief by Yan Liben, late 7th c, stone, 68” h 
3. attrib. to Han Gan, Night-shining White Steed, album leaf, ink on paper 
4. Huang Quan, Birds, Insects, and Tortoises, 10th c, paper mounted on silk handscroll 
5. copy after Wu Zongyuan (11th c) , detail from 87 Immortals, (painted in 14th c?), 
ink and color on silk 
6. Li Zhen, The Patriarch Amoghavajra, 8th c, hanging scroll, ink and color on silk
7. Guan-Xie, Lohan, 9th c, hanging scroll, ink and color on silk 
8. copy after Wang Wei (8th c), Wang Chuan Villa, 15th or 16th c, handscroll, ink 
and color on silk [ part one ] 
9. copy after Wang Wei (8th c), Wang Chuan Villa, 15th or 16th c, handscroll, ink 
and color on silk [ part two ] 
10. atttrib. to Zhan Zighan, Traveling in Spring, 6th c, handscroll, ink and color 
on silk 
11. Wang Wei, Snow Landscape, album leaf, 8th c, ink and white on silk 
12. Kichijoten, color on hemp, 8th c, Tang style – Japanese deity 
13. attrib. to Zhou Fang, Court ladies wearing flowers, 8th c, handscroll, ink and color 
on silk  

	


 

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