Hsia Kuei: Pure and Remote Views of Mountains and Streams

Sung Dynasty / handscroll / ink on paper

Hsia Kuei (second half of the twelfth century to the first half of the thirteenth century) was a native of Ch'ien-t'ang (Hangchow). He was a representative court painter of the Southern Sung dynasty together with Ma Yuan and Liang K'ai. This long landscape scroll is an outstanding masterpiece traditionally attributed to Hsia Kuei. Scenes of pure and remote views of mountains and streams undergo diverse changes within the scroll with its transcendent composition and astounding brushwork.
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P44 Ink on Paper 46.7cm x 1127.7cm
18.4in x 444.0in
$1,815 $70

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