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"Panshan Tu" axis, Qing Qianlong, Hongli Painting, paper, ink, 162 cm vertical, 93.5 cm horizontal.
Panshan history is recorded in the Han Dynasty, built in the Tang Dynasty, extremely in the Qing Dynasty, where natural landscapes and famous ancient temples and gardens are gathered. Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty had visited Panshan 32 times, leaving behind 1366 poems and essays about Panshan. He even said, "Why go down to the south of the Yangtze River when Panshan was known before?"
This painting shows Panshan panorama with vigorous composition. Imitating Ni Zan's paintings in Yuan Dynasty and Dong Qichang's paintings in Ming Dynasty, the picture is characterized by rich layers, pure ink, elegant and mellow. Emperor Qianlong was keen on calligraphy and painting, leaving behind a large number of imperial brushwork, but such a large landscape is relatively rare. There are more than 30 verses of the imperial inscription on this piece, which can be seen as his proud work.
On the paintings are "treasures of Eight Zheng Qian Nian", "treasures of the ancient rare emperor of the Five Dynasties Hall of Five Futures", "treasures of the emperor of Tai Shang".