Lot 017: Group of Chinese Scroll Paintings Calligraphy


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9 Chinese scroll paintings with a variety of subjects. Includes poems by the poet Wang Bo (649-676 CE), “A Hut in a Mountain, Pure Fun,” by Wang Ziyuan, dated 1943; a garden scene from Dream of Red Chamber; one painting of the Great Wall dated 2001 and inscribed “He who has never been to the Great Wall is not a true man;” a painting of crustaceans by Chang Jiang dated 1992; and four calligraphic scrolls done as gifts for Edward Corn.

Dimensions: Lengths range from 53 in to 84 in; widths range from 15 in to 27 in.

Condition: Generally good, some wear

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