Ch'u Sui-liang: Copy of the Lan-t'ing-hsu (Orchid Pavilion Preface) on Buff Silk

Tang Dynasty / handscroll / ink on silk

Wang Hsi-chih's Len-t'ing-hsu was lost forever, buried following the death of the T'ang Emperor T'ai-tsung, and its style is imparted only by copies. Of these, those that are well-known are copies by Yu Shih-nan, Ch'u Sui-liang and Feng Ch'eng-su, as well as this buff silk version by Ch'u Sui-liang. This is the only silk copy, and is the most important version adorned with inscriptions by various famous Ming dynasty calligraphers.
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No. Media Handscroll Size Price Shipping Purchase
C14 Ink on Silk 32.2cm x 711.0cm
12.7in x 279.9in
$655 $60

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