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painting / handscroll

  • Object type

  • Museum number


  • Description

    Handscroll. Landscape. Wangquan villa. Ink and colours on silk.

  • Producer name

  • Culture/period

  • Date

    • 1644-1889
  • Findspot

  • Materials

  • Technique

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 36 centimetres (image)
    • Height: 43.5 centimetres (scroll)
    • Length: 585.8 centimetres (image)
    • Length: 990.8 centimetres (scroll)
  • Inscriptions

      • Inscription Type

      • Inscription Language

      • Inscription Content

      • Inscription Type

      • Inscription Content

        鑒藏印:隴西尚禮圖書(Longxi Shang Li tushu朱文)、廣運之寶(Guangyun zhibao朱文)、□□□圖書印(□□□ tushuyin)、項子京家珍藏(Xiang Zijing zhencang)、李衎仲賓氏息齋道人印(Li Kan Zhongbinshi xizhai daoren yin朱文)、逸史(Yishi半印,白文)、袁忠徹印(Yuan Zhongche yin白文)、南昌袁氏家藏子孫永保(Nanchang Yuanshi jiacang zisun yongbao朱文)、登聞鼓院之印(Dengwen guyuan zhiyin朱文)、彜齋(Yizhai朱文)、長安珍賞(Chang’an zhenshang白文)、少文珍藏(Shaowen zhencang朱文)、王蒙印(Wang Meng yin白文)、項墨林父秘笈之印(Xiang Molin fu mijizhiyin朱文)、陶九成(Tao Jiucheng白文)、張雨私印(Zhang Yu siyin)、句曲外史(Gouqu waishi)、巴西鄧氏之寶(Baxi Dengshi zhibao朱文),余一印不辯。
      • Inscription Type

      • Inscription Language

      • Inscription Content

        钤印:趙孟頫印(Zhao Mengfu yin)、天水趙氏(Tianshui Zhaoshi).
      • Inscription Comment

        2 seals carved in relief (朱文).
  • Location

    Not on display

  • Subjects

  • Associated names

  • Acquisition date


  • Department


  • Registration number


  • Additional IDs

    • Ch.Ptg.51 (Chinese Painting Number)
Handscroll. General subject - landscape. Wangquan villa. Ink and colours on silk. This is section 4.

Handscroll. General subject - landscape. Wangquan villa. Ink and colours on silk. This is section 4.

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