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Yang Cai [Yang Ts’ai] 楊埰
(18th-19th century)

“Landscape with Traveler” 1813


Horizontal hanging scroll, ink on paper
77.2 x 147.1 cm. (30 3/8 x 57 7/8 in.)

“Old trees in shadows, a mountain road encircles the mountains,
heavy rain at the entry lane, thick grows the green moss;
Not despising quiet solitude, with neither cart nor horses,
sometimes a recluse will come by to discuss epigraphy.

During the second lunar month of the year 1813, I imitated the brushwork of Baishi-weng (Shen Zhou), Yang Cai, called Qiaogu (‘Wood-cutter Valley’).”

Artist’s seals:
Qiaogu Yang Cai; Yang Cai zi yue Qiaogu; Jingbai yun jia; Ju?ri lou


(For more information, download the PDF located below the “detail” images.)

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