Imperial Procession

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Maker(s)
Artist: Formerly attributed to Giuseppe Castiglione (1688-1766)
Historical period(s)
Qing dynasty, Mid to late 19th century
Medium
Ink and color on silk
Dimensions
H x W (image): 68.4 x 666 cm (26 15/16 x 262 3/16 in)
Geography
China
Credit Line
Transfer from the Museum of History and Technology. Gift of Mrs. Umberto de Martini
Collection
Freer Gallery of Art Study Collection
Accession Number
FSC-PA-2
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
Painting
Type

Handscroll

Keywords
China, Qing dynasty (1644 - 1911)
Provenance

To ?
Mrs. Umberto de Martini. [1]

From ? to 1972
Smithsonian Museum of History and Technology, gift of Mrs. Umberto de Martini. [2]

From 1972
Freer Gallery of Art, transferred from the Smithsonian Museum of History and Technology. [3]

Notes:

[1] See Curatorial Remark 1 in the object record.

[2] See note 1. Mrs. Umberto de Martini gave the hand scroll at an unknown date to what was then the Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution, now known as the National Museum of American History.

[3] See note 1.

Previous Owner(s)

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
Mrs. Umberto de Martini

Published References
  • Culture, Art, Religion: Wu Li (1632-1718) and His Inner Journey. Macau Ricci Institute Series, no. 3, 1st edition. Macao. p. 216, fig. 3.
Collection Area(s)
Chinese Art
Web Resources
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