Guo Hsi: Early Spring

Sung Dynasty / hanging scroll / ink and light color on silk

Kuo Hsi (eleventh century) was a native of Wen-hsien, Honan province. His style name was Shun-fu (Ch'un-fu). He was a follower of Li Ch'eng, but while the latter had a perfect command of expressions in light ink, Kuo Hsi placed importance on the expression of space incorporating the atmosphere as well as light and darkness, thus completing a more idealized state. This painting, in which preeminent talent is inferred from the profound and exquisite brushstrokes, is an outstanding masterpiece of Northern Sung painting along with Fan K'uan's "Travellers among Mountains and Streams".
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Hanging Scroll
No. Media Picture Size Hanging Scroll Size Price Shipping Purchase
P4 Ink on
Silk
158.3cm x 108.1cm
62.3in x 42.6in
212.0cm x 109.0cm
83.5in x 42.9in
$1,465 $80
Sheet
No. Media Picture Size Sheet Size Price Shipping Purchase
P4s Ink on
Silk
158.3cm x 108.1cm
62.3in x 42.6in
158.3cm x 108.1cm
62.3in x 42.6in
$680 $25

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