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hundreds if birds admiring the peacocks. Hong. Hanging scroll with ink and color on silk. Ming Dynasty.

hundreds if birds admiring the peacocks. Hanging scroll with ink and color on silk.

Moonlight in the Woods. Yokoyama Taikan. Japanese, about 1904–1905  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Accession number: 27.806    Detail

yama-bato: “ [+] artemisdreaming: “ Moonlight in the Woods Yokoyama Taikan Japanese, about Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Accession number: Detail ” ”

Rongxi Studio, Ni Zan: Ni Zan was one of the first artists to shape the concept of the triple arts of the wrist - poetry, calligraphy and painting - as the 'three perfections', promoting the idea that a picture inscribed with an appropriate poem written in a complementary calligraphic style now provided an enhanced source of aesthetic pleasure.

Ni Zan: Rongxi Studio Ni Zan (倪瓚, style name Yuanzhen (元鎮), was a painter and poet of the Yuan Dynasty. He had a number of pseudonyms, including Yunlin Zi (雲林子). Ni Zan was born into a wealthy family in Wuxi (無錫), Jiangsu (江蘇).

Qiu Ying (仇英) , 人物

明-仇英-人物, Artist: Qui Ying (仇英, Ming Dynasty (Ming Qiu Ying-people, Artist:Qui Ying (Qiu ying, Ming Dynasty)

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