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"Xiting Mountain Color Map" axis, Qing Dynasty, Wang Jianpi, paper, ink, vertical 80.1 cm, horizontal 41 cm.
The top left title of this picture is: "Swallows fly low and do not move dust, but warblers are petite and can not stop spring." The east wind is green all over the front grass, and the drizzle is full of smoke and sorrow for passers-by. Light burning over Hakka, silent door counting crows. Swallows are not lost, the moon is a pear blossom. Nie Gaoshi had the scenery of Xiting Mountain to Wang Wenke's family in Wujun County, Tibet, and later returned to Wang Chang'an. For the rest of the time, he had to look around, but now he did not know where he was living. Sitting idly under the red plum blossom, the beauty of the day and the wind, the ink-wash paper stretching, Man Shi this idea, do not look like it. Dyeing incense left Lao Wang Jian." Jun's "Seal of Wang Jianzhi" (Bai Wen) leads Jun's "Laiyun Hall" (Zhu Wen). The collection is printed with "Qianlong Imperial View Treasure" (Zhu Wen), "Baoyun Building Calligraphy and Painting Record" (Zhu Wen).
According to Wang Jian's self-titles, it can be seen that this painting is the work of Nizan, the Yuan Dynasty, who wrote Xiting Mountain Color Picture. The depiction of rocks and trees adopts the method of withered square pen and light ink rendering, which has the characteristics of Ni's pen and ink, and expresses the natural elegance, indifference and elegance pursued by Ni, as well as the spiritual realm of keeping up with the times. Thus, the painter's profound copying skills and deep understanding and accurate expression of Ni's painting style can be seen.