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Chinese Art: # Thumbnails of 9 pictures - _chinese.jpg
Chinese Art: Emperor Hui-tsung (1082-1135): Two Poems [Handscroll] - 2poems.jpg
Chinese Art: Fan K'uan (c. 1023): Travelers Amid Streams and Mountains - travelrs.jpg
Chinese Art: Huang Chen-hsiao (1740): Small screen in the form of a wrist rest - screen.jpg
Chinese Art: Kuo Hsi (1000-1090): Early Spring [Hanging scroll] - spring.jpg
Chinese Art: Ming Dynasty (c. 1620): Winepot with chih-dragon handle - winepot.jpg
Chinese Art: Northern Sung Dynasty (960-1127): Long-necked bottle - tingware.jpg
Chinese Art: Southern Sung Dynasty (1127-1279): Mallet-shaped vase with phoenix ears - sungvase.jpg
Chinese Art: Su Shih (1037 - 1101): Poems Written at Huang-chou... - coldfood.jpg
Chinese Art: Wu Chen (1280-1354): Manual of Ink-Bamboo - wu_chen.jpg

Fan K'uan (d. after 1023)
Travelers Amid Streams and Mountains
Hanging scroll
Ink and color on silk
81 1/4 x 40 3/4 in (206.3 x 103.3 cm)

Ming Dynasty (early 17th century)
Winepot with chih-dragon handle and spout
Porcelain, Te-hua ware
height 6 in (15.1 cm)

Huang Chen-hsiao (active early 18th century)
Small screen in the form of a wrist rest with a
   scene of the Gathering at the Orchard Pavilion
Ch'ing Dynasty
dated to fourth year of Ch'ien-lung reign (1739)
Carved ivory
Height 3 5/8 in. (9.2 cm)
Width 1 5/8 in. (4 cm)

Su Shih (1037 - 1101)
Poems Written at Huang-chou on the Cold-Food Festival
Handscroll (Detail)
Datable to 1082
Ink on paper
13 1/2 x 78 1/2 in (34 x 119.5 cm)

Northern Sung Dynasty (960-1127)
Long-necked bottle
Porcelain, Ting ware
diameter of mouth 2 7/8 in (7.2 cm)
diameter of base 3 5/8 in (9.2 cm)
height 6 1/4 in (15.9 cm)

Wu Chen (1280-1354)
Manual of Ink-Bamboo
Leaf from an album of 20 paintings and
   2 leaves of calligraphy
dated 1350
Ink on paper
each leaf 16 7/8 x 20 1/2 in (41.3 x 52 cm)

Most of these images are scans of MARK HARDEN and archived in his Museum of Art
 (follow the link to the "Artchive")
About 2000 scans from 200 artists, free for non-profit personal or educational
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