Shen Chou: Lofty Mount Lu

Ming Dynasty / hanging scroll / ink and light color on paper

Shen Chou (1427-1509) was a native of Ch'ang-chou (Soochow). His style name was Ch'i-nan, and his sobriquets were Shih-t'ien and Pai-shih-weng. He undertook landscape painting, the art transmitted over the generations of his family as a specialty, extensively copied Sung and Yuan dynasty masterpieces and mastered the secrets of variation. This painting was produced when he was forty one to celebrate the longevity of his master Ch'en K'uan. According to the epigraph composed by himself, the main peak of Mount Lu represents his master whom he reveres. The work is a masterpiece in which Shen Chou's art is condensed.
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Hanging Scroll
No. Media Picture Size Hanging Scroll Size Price Shipping Purchase
P15 Ink and Light
Color on Paper
193.8cm x 98.1cm
76.3in x 38.6in
212.0cm x 104.5cm
83.5in x 41.1in
$1,465 $80
Sheet (image consists of two sheets)
No. Media Picture Size Sheet Size Price Shipping Purchase
P15s Ink and Light
Color on Paper
193.8cm x 98.1cm
76.3in x 38.6in
193.8cm x 98.1cm
76.3in x 38.6in
$685 $25

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