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Man Picking Cherry Blossoms

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China Anonymous, Chinese
Man Picking Cherry Blossoms, n. d.
Paint and Ink on Silk
72 5/8 in. x 37 13/16 in. (184.47 cm x 96.04 cm)

Object Type: Scroll
Technique: Brushwork
Period: Ming Dynasty (China, 1368-1644)
Credit Line: Gift of Dr. William Bacon Pettus
Accession Number: PE24

Alternate Title: card - Landscape with Man Picking Cherry Blossoms

On the outside of the scroll, in pencil: Ming. T'ang Yin Landscape

Signature in the upper left, no seals.

Colored paints (faint) and black ink on silk, with an ivory silk brocade mounting.

Object Description
Vertical hanging scroll of a landscape with pine trees and mountains. Houses, people, a bridge, and trees covered with cherry blossoms are painted in the foreground. The interiors of two houses are shown; in one a scholar is shown reading. A traveller is crossing a bridge, with a servant close behind. Fingerpainted tree in the lower right. A fine work.

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