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Wang Hui 王翚

Landscapes 6, 仿古山水圖

Landscapes 6, 仿古山水圖, Wang Hui 王翚
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Landscapes 6, 仿古山水圖 is a Qing Dynasty Ink Drawing created by Wang Hui 王翚 from 1674 to 1677. It lives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Landscape Painting. SourceDownload

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When mountains put forth clouds, clouds put forth mountains,
Transformed into continuous rain, they encompass all mankind;
From this one knows that the gods’ assembled banners and pennants
Are not in golden halls or rooms of jade.
After Minister Gao [Kegong, 1248–1310]

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