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"Flower Chart" axis, Ming Dynasty, Wang Guxiang drawing, paper, ink, 107.cm vertical, 31.5 cm horizontal.
This self-titled poem, the Department of Section: "Jiajing Youqiu, Guxiang freehand brushwork and title, presented to Mr. Zhishi Jieyuan for the left coupon cloud." Jun "Youshi" Zhu Wen, "Gu" and "Xiang" Zhu Wenlian Pearl Printing. There is another poem with a clear inscription. The collection is printed with Zhu Wen of Zhan'an and Bai Wen of Faithful Heritage. "Jiyou" is the twenty-eighth year of Jiajing in Ming Dynasty (1549). The author was 49 years old.
This picture shows several Ganoderma lucidum plants, lakes and rocks stand upright, sweet-scented osmanthus blossom. Thick ink dotted moss, sweet-scented osmanthus trees and Ganoderma lucidum are delicately depicted, and the ink color rendering is rich in changes, showing the sense of flourishing osmanthus hierarchy. This painting is precise and well-laid out, which is obviously influenced by Wen Zhengming's painting method.
As can be seen from the poems inscribed by the author and Wen Zhenming, this picture was written to celebrate the joy of Mr. Qiu Yong (Yinwei, referring to the imperial examination) of Zhishi. At that time, it was very popular for literati to draw osmanthus flowers to congratulate the people who "folded osmanthus". The ingenuity of this picture lies in the fact that the Ganoderma lucidum and the rocks painted by the author are in harmony with the name of the painted "Zhi Room", and the deliberate depiction of the wanton flourishing branches of Osmanthus fragrans, which vividly conveys the connotation of "Zhi Room Returns Osmanthus" and congratulations on the "first Zhi Jun Returns" of the Zhi Room