London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Chinese handscroll, 18th century
in ink and colours on silk, with a river landscape depicting a family before a pavilion compound, further scholars, attendants, women and children at leisure and at work in the fields beyond -- 11¼in. x 71½in. (28.5cm.x 181.6cm.), signed and sealed, calligraphic colophon and frontispiece, cloth wrap around cover.
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