Artist's titles, signatures, and 21 seals:
A. Scholars in a Garden. Hung-shou painted for old Chung. [seal] Chang-hou.
B. Lao-tzu Riding an Ox. Hung-shou respectfully painted. [seal] Ch'en yin Hung-shou.
C. Narcissus and Bare Trees. The Taoist Chung-ch'ing entrusted Lao-lien to paint [this]. [seal] Chang-hou.
D. Autumn Landscape. Lao-lien painted this for Lao-ts'ang. [seal] Chang-hou.
E. Portrait of T'ao Yuan-ming. Lao-lien [seal] Hung-shou.
F. Lotus and Rocks. Hung-shou painted after the style of Ts'ui Po and presented it to the Buddhist disciple Lin Chung-ch'ing. [seal] Chang-hou.
G. Taoist and Crane in Autumn Landscape. The old man Fu-ch'ih painted for the Taoist Chung-ch'ing. [seal] Chang-hou.
H. Portrait of Chung-ch'ing in a Landscape. Lao-lien painted for Chung-ch'ing. [2 seals] Chang-hou; Ch'en yin Hung-shou.
I. Chrysanthemum and Rock. Hung-shou [seal] Hung-shou.
J. Landscape in the Style of Ni Tsan. Lao-lien [seal] Chang-hou.
L. Mr. Five Willows (Wu-liu), T'ao Yung-ming. Mr. Five Willows Chung-ch'ing entrusted Hung-shou to paint [this]. [seal] Chang-hou.
M. A Lohan [after Kuan-hsui]. Buddhist disciple Ch'en Hung-shou respectfully painted. [2 seals] Chun-t'i ti-tzu; Chang-hou.
N. A Bird and Peach-Blossom Branch. Hui-lun-shang painted after Tao-chun [Emperor Hui-tsung] and presented it to Ts'ang-fu chu-chih. [seal] Ch'en yin Hung-shou.
O. Travellers in an Autumn Landscape. Hung-shou [seal] Chang-hou.
P. A Lady. Hung-shou [seal] Hung-shou.
Q. Crysanthemum. Hung-shou painted in imitation of the Northern Sung style for Taoist friend, Ts'ang-fu. [seal] Chang-hou.
R. Scholar Reading in a Thatched Hut by a Waterfall. Chung-ch'ing entrusted Hung-shou to paint. [seal] Chang-hou.
S. Scholar with Staff and Brush. Hung-shou [seal] Chang-hou.
T. An Ancient Tree. Hung-shou [seal] Chang-hou.
U. Rock, Okd Tree, and Bamboo. Hung-shou [seal] Hung-shou.
2 colophons (leaves K and V) and 34 additional seals: 24 seals of Lin Chung-ch'ing (Lin Ts'ang-fu or Lin T'ing-tung, friend of Ch'en Hung-shou, for whom the album was painted); 2 colophons, dated 1893 and 1899, and 5 seals of Weng T'ung-ho (1830-1904); 2 seals of Weng T'ung-chüeh (older brother of Weng T'ung-ho); 2 seals of Weng Wan-go (20th c.); 1 unidentified.