Ni Tsan: The Jung-hsi Studio

Yuan Dynasty / hanging scroll / ink on paper

Ni Tsan (1301-1374) was a native of Wu-hsi, Kiangsu province. His style name was Yuan-chen and his sobriquet was Yun-lin. His character and conduct were pure and upright, he liked to read, followed Taoism, probed into Ch'an Buddhist studies, and was celebrated during his times for his poetry and prose. In his late years he abandoned his fields and residence, obtained a small boat, and spent his life on lakes and rivers. This work, produced when Ni Tsan was seventy-two, was painted for his friend Po-hsuan. It is a masterpiece indicating the sublime state of literati painting in its use of the dry brush and strokes utilizing the side of the brush.
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Hanging Scroll
No. Media Picture Size Hanging Scroll Size Price Shipping Purchase
P11 Ink on Paper 74.7cm x 35.5cm
29.4in x 14.0in
200.0cm x 51.0cm
78.7in x 20.1in
$445 $60
Sheet
No. Media Picture Size Sheet Size Price Shipping Purchase
P11s Ink on Paper 74.7cm x 35.5cm
29.4in x 14.0in
200.0cm x 51.0cm
78.7in x 20.1in
$170 $25

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