Court ladies and attendant

Maker(s)
Artist: School of Tang Yin 唐寅 (1470-1524) Formerly attributed to Su Hanchen (active early to mid-12th century)
Historical period(s)
Ming dynasty, 16th century
Medium
Ink and color on silk
Dimensions
H x W (image): 101.4 × 58.5 cm (39 15/16 × 23 1/16 in)
Geography
China
Credit Line
Gift of Charles Lang Freer
Collection
Freer Gallery of Art
Accession Number
F1916.135
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
Painting
Type

Hanging scroll (mounted on panel)

Keywords
attendant, China, Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644), woman
Provenance
Provenance research underway.
Published References
  • Thomas Lawton. "画中人 上海书画出版社." Chinese Figure Painting. Shanghai, China. .
  • Suzuki Kei. Chugoku kaiga sogo zuroku [Comprehensive Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Painting]. 5 vols., Tokyo, 1982-1983. vol. 1: p. 251.
  • Alexandra B. Bonds. Bejing Opera Costumes: The Visual Communication of Character and Culture. New York. p. 47, fig. 3.5.
  • Alexandra B. Bonds. Beijing Opera Costumes: The Visual Communication of Character and Culture. New York, New York. p. 47, fig. 3.5.
  • Thomas Lawton. Chinese Figure Painting. Exh. cat. Washington, 1973. cat. 48, pp. 190-191.
Collection Area(s)
Chinese Art
Web Resources
Google Cultural Institute
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