Hsu Tao-ning: Evening Songs of the Fishermen

Sung Dynasty / handscroll / ink and light colr on silk

Hsu Tao-ning (970? - 1052?) was a native of Chang-an (Sian) or Ho-chien, Hopei province. He first followed the style of Li Cheng, attained fame by producing paintings while selling medicine in Kai-feng, the capital of the Sung dynasty, and established his own style in his late years. This work, formerly known as "Fishermen" or "Fishing Boats on the Autumn River", in which the grandeur and illusionary nature is fully depicted through his prodigious understanding of form, composition, and use of the brush and ink, indicates unparalleled perfection.
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No. Media Handscroll Size Price Shipping Purchase
P104 Ink and light color on silk 49.5cm x 289.5cm
19.5in x 114.0in
$875 $60

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