The Cleveland Museum of Art

Collection Online as of February 27, 2024

Peaches

Peaches

1788
(Chinese, 1730–after 1788)
Sheet: 29 x 18.4 cm (11 7/16 x 7 1/4 in.)
Location: not on view

Did You Know?

The peach is a symbol of immortality.
  • 1788–?
    Daili Shanren 戴笠山人 [active late 1700s]
    Ni Yun 倪耘 [d. 1864]
    Yan Shiqing 顏世清 [1873–1929]
    Xu Xiaopu 徐小圃 [1887–1961]
    c. mid-1900s
    Ding Nianxian 丁念先 [1906–1969]
    ?–1985
    (Eskenazi Ltd., London, England, sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art)
    1985–
    The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
  • Ding, Nianxian 丁念先. Nian sheng lou du hua xiao ji [念聖樓讀畫小紀 = Chinese calligraphy and painting of various dynasties in the collection of Nianshenglou]. Taibei: Wen xing za zhi she, 1961. Mentioned: p. 41, no. 85
    Fukunaga, Takehiko 福永武彥, and Howard L. Rogers. Kinnō, Bunjinga suihen. chiyūgo (9) 金農, 文人画粋編. 中国篇 9. Tōkyō: Chūōkoronsha, 1976. Mentioned and Reproduced: pls. 94–97, p. 179, fig. 30
    Sotheby's, Parke, Bernet, New York. Fine Chinese Paintings. June 3, 1985 sale. Mentioned and Reproduced: cat. no. 69
    Chou, Ju-hsi and Anita Chung. Silent poetry: Chinese paintings from the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Museum of Art, 2015. Reproduced: pp. 462–465
  • Gallery 122 Rotation. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH (October 29, 1999–January 24, 2000).
    Gallery 122 Rotation. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH (November 15, 2000–March 26, 2001).
  • {{cite web|title=Peaches|url=false|author=Min Zhen|year=1788|access-date=27 February 2024|publisher=Cleveland Museum of Art}}

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