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Qian Weicheng (1720-1772)
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About the object

Ten Auspicious Landscapes of Taishan
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medium

Ink and colour on paper, handscroll

creator

Qian Weicheng (1720-1772)

dimensions

33.7 by 458 cm; 13 1/4  by 180 in.

literature

1) Shiqu baoji xubian (‘Sequel to The Precious Collection of the Stone Canal Pavilion’), Stored in Ningshou Gong (Palace of Tranquil Longevity), no. 17. 2) Yuzhishi siji (‘Imperial Poems, vol. 4’), juan 18, pp.20-22. 3) Shang Pu Jie shuhua mu (‘Treasures Bestowed to Pu Jie’), p.9. 4) Chen Rentao, et al., Gugong yi shi shuhua mu jiaozhu (‘Notes on Paintings and Calligraphy Lost from the Forbidden City’), Hong Kong, 1956, p. 32. 5) Yang Renkai, Guobao chenfu lu : Gugong sanyi shuhua jianwen kaolue (‘Record of the Vicissitudes of National Treasures: Investigation of the Dispersed and Lost Calligraphies and Paintings from the Former Palace that I have seen and Heard about’), Shanghai, 2007, p. 408.

provenance

Qing Imperial Court Collection. Collection of Henry Puyi (1906-1967), last emperor of China. Private European collection, acquired by the grandfather of the present owner and thence by family descent.

consignmentDesignation

Property from a distinguished european private collection


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*Note that the price is not recalculated to the current value, but refers to the actual final price at the time the product was sold.


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