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Wen Ding [Wen Ting] 文鼎

“Cold Peaks on Jade Mountain” 1846

Fan painting, ink and color on gold-sprinkled paper
18.5 x 53.5 cm. (7 1/4 x 21 in.)

“Blue-green water from afar, descending a thousand valleys, the jade mountain is high and the two peaks are cold.
On a winter day of the year 1846, painted for the refined attention of my elder brother, Master I-men, by Wen Ding [Wen Ting], called Hou-shan, at the age of eighty.”

Artist’s seal:
Wen Ding [Wen Ting]

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