London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A large Chinese painting, 18th century
in ink and colours on silk, depicting three scholars seated at a table reading a scroll, numerous attendants waiting on them within a pavilion and in the gardens beyond, further figures carrying scrolls approaching the pavilions entrance gate, all before a mountainous tree strewn landscape -- 71in.x 37½in. (180.3cm.x 95.2cm.), bamboo and gilt wood frame.
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