Three Boats in Mountain Landscape
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Three Boats in Mountain Landscape, 1707
Paint and Ink on satin
74 1/4 in. x 40 in. (188.6 cm x 101.6 cm)
This looks like a genuine painting by the Qing dynasty artist Wang Yun. Wang Yun was a very well-known professional artist during the Kangxi era (1662-1722) and was friends with artistic luminaries such as Wang Hui and Yang Jin. There are excellent details in the figures in this autumn landscape scene. This is a very high quality work,
Professor Kathleen Ryor, Carleton College
On outside of scroll, in pencil: Autumn by the Seashore. Ching Kang Wang Yün. Autumn.
Dated 1707, and signed Wang Yün in the upper right (text and two red seals). There is a large square red ink seal stamped in the lower left corner.
Colored paints and black ink on silk, with an off-white silk brocade mounting.
Long, vertical hanging scroll of a landscape with pink and red toned trees, waterfalls, and figures. An open building with figures stands in the lower left, and there is a man on a short bridge in the lower right. There are three boats in the upper right of the image (appear as if flying through the sky) in water.
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