Kesi panels of this type, finely woven in a painterly style, were made as early as the Song dynasty, and continued to be made through the Ming and Qing dynasties. A panel of Southern Song date woven after a painting by Cui Bai, which also depicts yellow hibiscus, as well as chrysanthemums amidst rocks, is illustrated in Heavens' Embroidered Cloths: One Thousand Years of Chinese Textiles, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 1995, pp. 314-15. Several kesi hanging scrolls of Qianlong date, woven with scenes of birds, trees and flowers, are illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum - 52 - Embroidered Pictures, Hong Kong, 2005, nos. 104, 107, and 108.