“Bush” (Ming Tang Zi Wei Guan Mu Cong Huang Tu Zhen Ji) Painting by Tang Yin, Beijing Council 2010 Auction.

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Paperback auction catalogue.
Text in Chinese. Illustrations in color. Light superficial marks on covers. Pages are clean and contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound. Without publication date, 2010.
1 lot, “Bush” painting by Tangyin. Together with an analytical article (Tang Yin guan mu cong huang tu kao lue). This is the third part of the painting “Bush” (Guan Mu Cong Huang Tu) by Tang Yin with inscriptions “Ming Tang Zi Wei Guan Mu Cong Huang Tu Zhen Ji” by Wu Hufan in 1936 and later collected by Xu Yuanlai and Xu Ji Chuan. It was presented as a lot on the art auction of Beijing Council in 2010.
Tang Yin (1470-1524), courtesy name Bohu (which was later changed to Ziwei), was a Chinese painter, calligrapher, and poet of the Ming dynasty period whose life story has become a part of popular lore. Even though he was born during the Ming dynasty, many of his paintings, especially those of people, were illustrated with elements from Pre-Tang to Song dynasty art.
Tang was one of the most notable painters in the history of Chinese art. He was one of the “Four Masters of Ming dynasty” (Ming Si Jia), which also includes Shen Zhou (1427-1509), Wen Zhengming (1470-1559) and Qiu Ying (c. 1495-1552). His influence on the art of contemporaries, like Cai Han, was notable. Tang was also a talented poet, and together with his contemporaries Wen Zhengming, Zhu Yunming (1460-1526), and Xu Zhenqing, he was one of the “Four Literary Masters of the Wuzhong Region”.
Size: 8.5×10.8×0.4 inches.
28 pages.

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