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At the Foothills of Mount Emei
現代 趙少昂繪 峨堳山麓 紙本墨色
Date: 1972
Materials: Ink on paper
Dimensions: H. 37 7/8 in x W. 73 in, H. 96.2 x W. 185.4 cm (image); H. 42 3/4 in x W. 90 1/8 in, H. 108.6 x W. 228.9 cm (overall)
Credit Line: Collection of Master Chao Shao-An
Department: Chinese Art
Collection: Painting
Object Number: 1992.257
On Display: No

Description

Label:

A small solitary figure sits beneath the canopy of two gigantic, twisting trees. The famous Mt. Emei—one of the five sacred Chinese mountains and a renowned pilgrimage site—is suggested in the background through bold, vigorous strokes.

Inscription:
A desolate scene near the Baoguo Temple at Mt. Emei.
Renzi year
[1972], autumn, ninth month. Chao Shao-an.

 


More Information

Exhibition History: "Eternal Stone and Immortal Brush: Chinese Jades and Paintings from the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco", Fresno Metropolitan Museum, 2/24/2002 - 6/9/2002
Label:

A small solitary figure sits beneath the canopy of two gigantic, twisting trees. The famous Mt. Emei—one of the five sacred Chinese mountains and a renowned pilgrimage site—is suggested in the background through bold, vigorous strokes.

Inscription:
A desolate scene near the Baoguo Temple at Mt. Emei.
Renzi year
[1972], autumn, ninth month. Chao Shao-an.

 


Exhibition History: "Eternal Stone and Immortal Brush: Chinese Jades and Paintings from the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco", Fresno Metropolitan Museum, 2/24/2002 - 6/9/2002
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