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Julian Schnabel: Chinese Paintings

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Plaster glazed and unglazed ceramic cervidae antlers cervidae leg/hoof oil paint and wax on wood....
Bamboo through the Four Seasons
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Korean folding screens often have six panels, like those painted in Japan; more characteristically, however, Korean screens boast eight, ten, or even twelve panels. In some cases, ...
Two Wagtails on Streamside Rocks amidst Blossoming Pinks
Two Wagtails on Streamside Rocks amidst Blossoming Pinks
A title slip mounted under the silk-covered mat attributes this painting to Kim Sik, a statement that accords with the impressed seals. Skilled at landscape depictions but best kno...
Kingfisher Over a Lotus Pond (Putang cuiyu tu)
Kingfisher Over a Lotus Pond (Putang cuiyu tu)
Ren Yi (also known by his sobriquet Bonian) was born in Shangyin (modern Shaoxing), Zhejiang province. The son of a portrait painter, Ren Yi learned to paint at a young age and in ...
Ten Thousand Years, Ten Thousand Years of Sleep, One Hundred Million Scattered Pieces
Ten Thousand Years, Ten Thousand Years of Sleep, One Hundred Million Scattered Pieces
This triptych comprises a set of three hanging scrolls, each painted in ink on paper. The central scroll is a formal portrait of Mao Zedong (1893–1976); the flanking scrolls repres...
Ten Thousand Years, Ten Thousand Years of Sleep, One Hundred Million Scattered Pieces
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This triptych comprises a set of three hanging scrolls, each painted in ink on paper. The central scroll is a formal portrait of Mao Zedong (1893–1976); the flanking scrolls repres...
Foil
Foil
The design is divided diagonally and asymmetrically into two parts; the lower part shows flowers and butterflies on a grid of reeds and a yellow background, while the upper part sh...

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