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"Xiaoxiang of Yang Zhuxi" Volume, Yuan, Wang Yi, Ni Zanzhu, paper, ink, 27.7cm in length and 86.8cm in transverse.
This is a classic portrait of the Yuan Dynasty, painted by Wang Yi and the famous landscape painter Ni Zan. Picture a simple backdrop of an old man's stick standing between slopes, beside which are decorated with turquoise. On the left side of this picture, Ni Zan inscribes: "Yang Zhuxi Gaoshi portrait, interpreted by King Yan Ling, with a sentence Wu Ni Zan supplemented with pine stones. It's February." It lasted for 23 years (1363). According to the money, it can be seen that this volume is the cooperation of Wang Yi and Ni Zan. This picture should be a portrait of Yang's old age after he returned to Linquan. In the picture, Yang Qian wears a black scarf with a stick in his right hand. His robe is loose and his face is clear, open and spiritual. Fine depiction, the face of the characters are light ink for it, mainly line, slightly dyed, little ink and facial expression, showing a high artistic level. Nizan's Matsushi is dull and beautiful. It complements each other with the characters and forms a fine portrait.
There are 48 Tibetan and 5 semi-Indian sides in this picture, including Ming and Qing collectors Xiang Yuanbian, Wu Yuanhui, Song Buckwheat, He Fengxi and Pei Jingfu. Before the painting, there is a section marked with a title, a postscript and the name of the painter. In addition, there are more than 20 copies printed by Jun such as "Xiangshi Zijing", "Zishao Guoyan", "Siming Zheng's Zhenju Secretariat". Xiangshi ink book "Mian" number.
There are nine sections of the title of Yuan Zheng Yuanyou, Yang Weizhen, Su Changling, Ma Duan, Gao Chun, Qian Nao, Jinghui, Wang Feng, Mao Yi, and more than 80 sides of the title of Jun Ming Seal and Tibetan Seal. (Interpretation of inscriptions and postscripts by Yuan Zheng Yuanyou and Yang Weizhen)
This picture was collected by famous collectors of Ming and Qing dynasties, such as Xiang Yuanbian, Wu Yuanhui and Song Qian. It was recorded in Volume 10 of Wang's Coral Net and Daguanlu. It is an exquisite Yuan painting which is well known.