Compare the delicate, detailed drawing with two similar Liao panels in The Art Museum, Princeton University, illustrated in Cary Liu's symposium paper, 'Sung Dynasty Painting in the T'ai-ch'ing-lou Library Hall: From Historical Commemoration to Architectural Renewal,' Cary L. Liu and Dora C.Y. Ching ed., Arts of the Sung and Yuan: Ritual, Ethnicity, and Style in Painting, Princeton University, 1999, figs. 5-6, pp. 98-99, particularly the servants with Khitan hairstyle of shaved pate and sidelocks, the treatment of the drapery, and the presence of little pet dogs. Note the clasped and raised thumb gesture of the official and first attendant, signifying respect and used during celebratory rites.