Property of various owners
Various Artists (19th/20th Century): three Chinese painting/calligraphy and one Tibetan thangka
Each framed and glazed;
a) After Mi Fei (1051-1107): Misty Landscape
Ink on paper, the upper left bearing the signature Mi Fei and two seals, also with four collectors' seals (restorations).
36 5/8 x 18 1/2in (93 x 47cm)
b) Attributed to He Shaoji (1799-1873): Calligraphy
Ink on paper, the text written is the poem Chunwang by Du Fu (Tang Dynasty), bearing the signature Zizhen He Shaoji and two seals reading Zizhen and He Shaoji (creasing).
27 x 13 in (69 x 33cm)
c) Shi Lubin (Qing Dynasty): Calligraphy
Folding fan, ink on gilt flecked paper; the text written is the Poem of Goddess, the left signed Shi Lubin with two artist's seals.
Length 18in (46cm)
d) A Tibetan thangka
Color on cloth, possibly depicting the seated couple Chakrasamvara and Vajravarahi.
24 1/4 x 17 3/8in (61.5 x 44cm)