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Dong, Qichang, 1555-1636
e Artist : calligrapher
c Early 17th centruy.
b 38.4 x 133.75cm.
Hanging scroll, monochrome ink on paper.
Tung Ch'i-ch'ang (1555-1636) advocated the Southern School Tung-Chu style over the Northern School associated with the Li-Kuo style. Thus, artists who chose to work in the Li-Kuo style often only did so only to complete their repertoire, but with a decidedly Southern School accent. Tung Ch'i-ch'ang, employing only monochrome ink, depicts mountains and boulders, trees and woods, streams and rivers, and cottages and slopes-all well placed in a landscape that is here piled into a composition of power and grandeur.
Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
Style: Hsuan-tsai; his sobriquet Ssu-pai.
Period: Ming dynasty.
School: Southern School.
Ancient China, Ming dynasty.
Museum of Art. ID=UOC
t Art and Art History Collection (Saskia)