London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Chinese hanging scroll, 19th century
in ink and colour on silk, depicting three Immortals on the banks of river lined with trees and rockwork, one Immortal viewed from behind carrying a jardiniere of ruyi fungus, the other two Immortals carrying leafy branches and a basket of peaches -- 50½in.x 20¼in. (128.3cm. x 51.4cm.), signed, two seals.
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