Tung Ch'i-ch'ang: Discussing Connoisseurship at Feng-ching

Ming Dynasty / hanging scroll / ink on paper

Tung Ch'i-ch'ang (1555-1636) was a native of Hua-t'ing, near Shanghai. His style name was Hsuan-tsai, and his sobriquets were Ssu-pai and Hsiang-kuang. He was a celebrated calligrapher from an early age, and his semi-cursive script was designated as the preeminent in the Ming dynasty. He was also a gifted painter, talented in landscapes in the Sung and Yuan styles. He gave immeasurable influence to the artistic circles of the Ming dynasty as the leader of the Nan-tsung-hua (Southern School of Painting). This work, painted when he was forty-eight. is a masterpiece with overflowing sensitivity.
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Hanging Scroll
No. Media Picture Size Hanging Scroll Size Price Shipping Purchase
P18 Ink on Paper 80.0cm x 29.8cm
31.5in x 11.7in
200.0cm x 48.0cm
78.7in x 18.9in
$445 $60
Sheet
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P18s Ink on Paper 80.0cm x 29.8cm
31.5in x 11.7in
80.0cm x 29.8cm
31.5in x 11.7in
$160 $25

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