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Wang Yuan-ch'i:
After Wang Meng's ' Mountain Dwelling on a Summer Day
Wang Yuan-ch'i (1642-1715) , a native of T'ai-ts'ang, Chiangsu Province, was the grandson of the prominent painter Wang Shih-min. His courtesy name was Mao-ching and his sobriquet Lu-t'ai. He based his manner of painting on the family style. He far outdistanced contemporary standards. He particularly excelled at exploring a mode of landscape painting based on the style and technique of the Yuan dynasty painter Huang Kung-wang that utilized ocher pigments.




P59
Wang Yuan-ch'i:
After Wang Meng's ' Mountain Dwelling on a Summer Day
Ch'ing dynasty
hanging scroll/ink and color on paper
artwork : 96.0 x 48.8cm
hanging scroll : 195.0 x 62.7cm
150,000yen