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Wang Hui (1632-1717) / Apricots Blooming after a Shower

Wang Hui (1632-1717) / Apricots Blooming after a Shower


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清 王翬 杏花春雨江南圖 (傳)水墨紙本鏡心 1651年作 款識:杏花春雨江南 節序相催將迸筍,青春白晝簾攏靜。迴塘鷗鷺浴相喧,照水鴛鴦嬌弄影,蕩子未歸春眼冷。佳人自汲山前井,誰家青鳥啣紅巾。銀鞍玉勒隨香塵。春水好,春光急,朝煙未散山徑濕。山行應接不暇及,山下湖光靜凝碧。三月遊船盡傾邑,向人語罷檣頭立。游絲網花落池萍,流年一去誰 能。右文:三橋追和倪元鎮(倪瓚)江南春詞。辛卯長夏臨惠崇筆,劍門樵客王翬。鈐印:王翬之印、石谷、耕煙、卥爽、清暉老人。藏印:來青閣。Mounted Painting of Apricots Blooming after a Spring Shower in Southeast China, in Style of Northern Song Artist Hui Chong and with a Self-Composed Ci Poem / Wang Hui (1632-1717) of Early Qing Dynasty Ink and Color on Paper Dated 1651 Inscribed and signed with seven artist seals. Wang Hui 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. Dimensions: 32 1/4 X 20 inches 82.6 X 50.8 cm Artist or Maker: Wang Jian (1598-1677) Medium: Ink and Color on Paper Date: 1651 Condition Report: Hand-Painted, Good Condition Provenance: Property of a CA collection