Attributed to Mi Youren 米友仁 (Chinese)
32.4 x 199.4 cm (12 3/4 x 78 1/2 inches)
Signature / Inscription / Marks
The final inscription is by Zhu Deyi (1871-1942), see Zhongguo meishu jia renming cidian, p. 1376.Appreciative poems on mount from five poets of Song and Yuan Dynasties Three inscription/calligraphy p
Signature: The painting bears a signature purporting to be that of Mi Youren.
Seals: Mi Youren's fake signature bears a seal; in addition, the painting bears umerous collector's seals, mostly those of nineteenth=century Cantonese collectors.Bears 41 seals as evidence of collections it has passed through. -In the Sung Dynasty this scroll was in the home of Chu Hsi-chen.In the Yuan Dynasty it was in the possession of Yu-wen Kung-liang and in the Ts'ing Dynasty it was owned by Sie Sung-cheo, Wu Yung-kwan and Pan Sze-cheng successively
Label: Label adhered to bottom end of rod with an inscription: PA/738
Marks: Chinese characters on wooden box
Credit / Object Number
Gift of Manton B. Metcalf
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