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Han gan (706-783) as catalogued in shiqu baoji
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HAN GAN (706-783) AS CATALOGUED IN SHIQU BAOJI\nHorse\n\nHandscroll, ink and color on silk\n\n12 ½ x 15 1/8 in. (31.9 x 38.4 cm.)\n\nColophon by Emperor Qianlong (1711-1799) with two seals\n\nColophons by Zhang Xi (1465-1487); Wu Kuan (1435-1504), with two seals;\n\nYang Yiqing (1454-1530), with one seal; and Cui Xi (1478-1541), with two seals\n\nSeventeen collectors’ seals, including twelve of Emperor Qianlong ,one of\n\nEmperor Jiaqing (1760-1820), two of Song Luo (1634-1714)\n\nTitleslip by Song Luo
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notes

Shiqu Baoji Chubian was frst drafted in February of the ninth year of the

Qianlong reign (1744), and then completed the following year. According to

the painting, Qianlong inscribed it in jiashen year (1764), an indication that he

had inscribed it many years after the completion of Shiqu Baoji Chubian.

origin

Horse

literature

Emperor Gaozong, Shiqu Baoji Chubian, reprint, National Palace Museum,

Taipei, 1971, p. 951. (described as "superior quality")

Masterpieces in The Fujita Museum of Art, Fujita Museum, Tokyo, 1972, no. 18.

lot_number

509


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*Note: The price is not recalculated to the current value. It refers to the actual final price at the time the item was sold.


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