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21. Forest Chamber Grotto at Chü-ch'ü
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Wang Meng (style name Shu-ming; sobriquet Huang-ho shan-ch’iao, Hsiang-kuang chü-shih), a native of Wu-hsing (modern Hu-chou, Chekiang), was a grandson of the famous artist Chao Meng-fu (1254-1322). ...
22. Return Clearing
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
In this handscroll is a great imperial procession making its way to pay respects at the imperial tombs. Departing from the Te-sheng (“Victory”) Gate of the Peking city wall, ......
23. Fishermen Returning on a Frosty Bank
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
T'ang Ti (style name Tzu-hua; late sobriquet Tun-chai), a native of Wu-hsing in Chekiang, was precocious as a youth. When he came of age, his poetry and painting were held in high esteem ......  ...
24. Twin Pines
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Wu Chen (style name Chung-kui and sobriquet Mei-hua tao-jen), a native of Chia-hsing in Chekiang province, was gifted at poetry and prose. He also excelled at painting landscapes and bamboo in monochrome ...
25. Departure Herald
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
In this handscroll is a great imperial procession making its way to pay respects at the imperial tombs. Departing from the Te-sheng (“Victory”) Gate of the Peking city wall, ......
26. The Jung-hsi Studio
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Ni Tsan (style name Yüan-chen; sobriquets Yün-lin, Yü-weng) was a native of Wu-hsi, Kiangsu. Son of a wealthy merchant, he was a bibliophile, collector, amateur poet and painter. ......
27. Dwelling in the Fu-ch'un Mountains (Wu-yung Version)
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Huang Kung-wang (original name Lu Chien) went by the style name Tzu-chiu and sobriquets Ta-ch’ih and I-feng tao-jen. A native of Ch'ang-shu, Kiangsu, he came from a poor family and was orphaned at ...
28. Autumn Colors on the Ch'iao and Hua Mountains
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Although Chao Meng-fu descended from the Sung imperial family, he served the following Yüan dynasty as a prominent official in the Hanlin Academy. He was also one of the most influential painters and calligraphers ...
29. Immortal in Splashed Ink
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Liang K'ai excelled at painting figures, landscapes, Buddhist and Taoist subjects, as well as spirits and deities. He learned painting from Chia Shih-ku (fl. mid-12th c.), .......  ...
30. Egrets on a Snowy Bank
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Ma Yüan (style name Ch'in-shan) was from a family native to Ho-chung, Shansi, but which later moved to Hangchow, the capital of the Southern Sung.  ......
31. The Red Cliff
(Matching tags: Chin Dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
The painting itself here is unsigned, but the artist is Wu Yüan-chih (style name Shan-fu), a famous scholar under Emperor Chang-tsung who excelled at landscape painting. ......  ...
32. Scholar
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
In this painting, a scholar is shown seated on a lounge bed in deep thought. He holds a brush as if taking a rest from his studies or as is about ready to write something. At his side, a servant is pouring ...
33. Remote View of Streams and Hills
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Hsia Kuei (style name Yü-yü) is a representative painter of the Southern Sung (1127-1279) court. He is frequently paired with another renowned member of the painting academy, ......  ...
34. Kuan-Yin of a Thousand Arms and Eyes
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Kuan-yin (known in Sanskrit as Avalokitesvara) is the bodhisattva of mercy and compassion in Buddhism. A common figure in Buddhist art, the representation here differs from the one with one head and two ...
35. Waiting for Guests by Lamplight
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Ma Lin was born into a family from Ho-chung, Shansi (now modern Yung-chi County) that had moved to Ch'ien-t'ang (Hangchow). The Ma family included many who served the court as painters, ......
36. Lohan
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Liu Sung-nien, a native of Ch'ien-t'ang (modern Hangchow), served during the Ch'un-hsi era (1174-1189) as Student in the Painting Academy and in the following Shao-hsi era (1190-1194) was made Painter-in-Attendance. ...
37. Children at Play in an Autumnal Garden
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Su Han-ch'en was a native of K'ai-feng, Honan, who specialized in painting Buddhist and Taoist figures. During the Hsüan-ho era (1119-1125) under Emperor Hui-tsung of the Northern Sung, he was a Painter-in-Attendance ...
38. Blue Magpie and Thorny Shrubs
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Huang Chü-ts'ai (style name Po-luan), a native of Szechwan province, was the son of the famous bird-and-flower painter Huang Ch'üan. He followed in his father's style of outlining forms with thin brushstrokes ...
39. Early Snow on the River
(Matching tags: Five Dynasties Period,painting,National Palace Museum)
This handscroll painting combines a vivid description of figures with a landscape as it unfolds from right to left. At the very beginning to the right is an inscription by the Southern T'ang emperor Li ...
40. Wind in Pines Among a Myriad Valleys
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Li T'ang's signature appears on a pale spindly background peak to the left of the central mountain in this painting. It reads, "Painted by Li T'ang of Ho-yang in spring of the ‘chia-ch'en’ ...
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