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Fan Page, Ming Dynasty, Tang Yin Painting, Golden Note, Ink Pen, 17cm in length and 49cm in breadth.
The fa page has its own title: "Wind rolls poplar to chase horseshoe, send you here to listen to Chaoji. Who knows where we miss each other at night, a jackdaw does not settle down. Tang Yin presented the hairpin with a gift. Jun's "Tang Bohu Poetry Picture Print" Zhu Wenyin.
This picture is Tang Yin's farewell work for his friends. It is not a picture of blessing, but of sorrow. Behind the abrupt rocks in the picture is a dead tree with scattered branches and leaves, which constructs a desolate and cold mood with hard rocks. The jackdaws either perch on the branches or flutter their wings. Their noise does not bring any vitality to the painting, but adds a sense of desolation and desolation. Although this picture has not fallen into the year of creation, it is inferred from the author's poem style, concise and accurate pen use, vivid and vivid ink painting and vivid image modeling that this work should be painted by Tang Yin in his later years. It reveals his feelings of being short of talent, loneliness and loneliness, as well as his worries about friends and himself in the current harsh social environment, it is difficult to seek development and comfortable survival. Worry.