“Jiang Shan Wo You” Painting by Wang Hui, Shanghai Poly First Art Auction, December 22th, 2016.

$220.00

Hardback auction catalogue.
Text in Chinese. Illustrations in color. Original illustrated dust jacket. Leporello of 42 plates. Light superficial marks on covers. Pages are clean and contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound. As new.
1 lot, “Jiang Shan Wo You” painting by Wang Hui. Together with an analytical article. Created in 1696, when Wang was 65 years old, the painting is a magnum opus from his heyday. It depicts as many as 65 readers and fishermen. This painting, which has been collected by Wang Ixian and Zhang Xueliang, will be presented as a lot of great importance at the occasion of the first art auction of Poly Huayi Shanghai on December 22th, 2016.
Wang Hui (1632-1717) was a Chinese landscape painter, one of the Four Wangs. He, and the three other Wangs, dominated orthodox art in China throughout the late Ming and early Qing periods. Of the Four Wangs, Wang Hui is considered the best-known today.
Size: 8.5×10.8×0.4 inches.
32 pages.

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