Three Album Leaves
Lot 3006
Three Album Leaves
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Three Album Leaves Three Album Leaves
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Three Album Leaves
The first leaf a boy on a water buffalo, ink and colors on silk, inscribed Song with a fragment of a collector's seal of Wu Kuan (1435-1504), and two inscriptions on the mounting one by Ye Gongchuo (1881-1968)linking the fan to the collection of Wu Hufan (1894-1968) dated 1930, the other by Wang Tongyu (1856-1941) dated 1929; the second leaf attributed to Xugu (1824-1896), of a pear and grapes, ink and color on paper, with one seal of the artist; the third after Luo Ping (1733-1799) of a willow in landscape, ink on paper, with one seal of the artist.
10 1/4 x 8 1/2in (26.3 x 21.5cm), 10 3/8 x 13in (26.5 x 33cm), 9 x 11 3/4in (23 x 29.8cm)


  • 無名氏,傳虛谷,仿羅聘 設色絹本/設色紙本/水墨紙本 冊頁三開

    Provenance: The first, Christie's New York June 2, 1992, lot 4
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