London, South Kensington
16 May 2014
GAO MADE (1917-2007)
Hanging scroll, ink and colour on paper.
Inscribed and signed by the artist, two seals.
Dated the first month of yichou year, corresponding to January 1985.
29¼ x 14½ in. (74 cm. x 36.9 cm.)
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Colette and Hugh Hawes, Modern Chinese Brush Paintings from a family collection, London, 2003, pp 78.
Please note the lot number accompanying lot 1109 has been transposed with lot 1110 in the printed catalogue. The image for Lot 1109 is correct in the printed catalogue.
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