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Portrait of An Qi, 1715

hanging scroll; ink and color on paper, Image: 121.8 x 53.5 cm (47 15/16 x 21 1/16 in); Overall: 259.7 x 89.5 cm (102 3/16 x 35 3/16 in). John L. Severance Fund 1971.17

Artist's inscription, signature, and 3 seals: [seal] Shang-hsia ch'ien-nien. In late spring, the i-wei year [1715] of the K'ang-hsi era, T'u Lo of Kuang-ling painted the portrait, Yang Chin from Hai-yü designed the landscape, and the eighty-four-year-old Wang Hui added the bamboo and rocks. [seals] Keng-yen; Wang Hui chih yin. 7 colophons and 22 additional seals: 1 colophon and 3 seals of Sung Ting-yeh (ca. 17th-18th c.); 1 colophon and 3 seals of Ch'ien Ch'en-ch'ün (1686-1774); 1 colophon and 2 seals of Ts'ai Erh-chün (ca. 18th c.); 1 colophon and 1 seal of Miu Yüeh-ssu (ca. 18th c.); 1 colophon and 3 seals of Sung Shih-tseng (ca. 18th c.); 1 colophon and 2 seals of T'ung Hung (ca. 18th c.); 1 colophon and 2 seals of Chao (?); 6 seals unidentified.

Cleveland Museum of Art, 1981: Eight Dynasties of Chinese Painting, cat. no. 259, p. 351-352.
Nara National Museum, Japan (2/21-3/29/98); Suntory Museum of Art, Tokyo (4/28-6/21/98) "Highlights of Asian Painting from The Cleveland Museum of Art" p.72, cat. no. 44

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