16 - 17 September 2010
SONG MAOJIN (ACTIVE LATE 16TH-EARLY 17TH CENTURY)
Pair of album leaves mounted as two hanging scrolls, ink and color on paper
One leaf signed: Maojin, with one seal
One leaf signed: Song Maojin, with two seals
One collector's seal on each scroll
Each leaf: 12 1/8 x 15¾ in. (30.8 x 40 cm.) (2)
Former collection of Marjorie W. Bissinger, San Francisco.
Sydney L. Moss Ltd., London, 2004.
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James Cahill, The Restless Landscape: Chinese Paintings of the Late Ming Period, University Art Museum, Berkeley, 1971, pp. 89, 164.
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