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  • Orchids and Bamboo

    The Collection Online

    Orchids and Bamboo

    Zheng Xie

    (Chinese, 1693–1765)

    Date: dated 1742

    Medium: Handscroll; ink on paper

    Accession Number: 1981.285.7

    Not on view

  • Misty Bamboo on a Distant Mountain

    The Collection Online

    Misty Bamboo on a Distant Mountain

    Zheng Xie

    (Chinese, 1693–1765)

    Date: dated 1753

    Medium: Set of four hanging scrolls; ink on paper

    Accession Number: 1990.322a–d

    Not on view

  • Bamboo and Poem

    The Collection Online

    Bamboo and Poem

    Zheng Xie

    (Chinese, 1693–1765)

    Date:

    Medium: Hanging scroll; ink on paper

    Accession Number: 1985.214.150

    Not on view

  • Inkstone with box with decoration of bamboo and signature of Zheng Xie (1693-1765)

    The Collection Online

    Inkstone with box with decoration of bamboo and signature of Zheng Xie (1693-1765)

    Accession Number: 1981.120.2a, b

    Date:

    Medium: Duan stone, wood

    Accession Number: 1981.120.2a, b

    Not on view

  • Night-blooming Cereus

    The Collection Online

    Night-blooming Cereus

    Wu Hufan

    (Chinese, 1894–1968)

    Date: dated 1940

    Medium: Hanging scroll; ink and color on alum paper

    Accession Number: 1986.267.303

    Not on view

  • Bamboo

    The Collection Online

    Bamboo

    After Zheng Xie

    (Chinese, 1693–1765)

    Date:

    Medium: Hanging scroll; ink on paper

    Accession Number: 68.212.2

    Not on view

  • Poem on Early Spring

    The Collection Online

    Poem on Early Spring

    Unidentified Artist

    Date: 19th–20th century

    Medium: Hanging scroll; ink on paper

    Accession Number: 1989.363.201

    Not on view

  • Boating beneath Echo Hill

    The Collection Online

    Boating beneath Echo Hill

    After Mei Qing

    (Chinese, 1623–1697)

    Date: datable to 1673

    Medium: Hanging scroll; ink on paper

    Accession Number: 2002.208.1

    Not on view

  • Yangzhou Calligraphers of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

    Exhibitions

    Yangzhou Calligraphers of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

    In the late seventeenth century, the city of Yangzhou rose to prominence on China's cultural scene. Yangzhou was well-situated: it lay at the intersection of the Grand Canal and the Yangzi River, the major north-south and west-east shipping routes, respectively, and it was also home to the government's administrative offices for the salt trade. Many wealthy merchants made their homes in Yangzhou, and artists soon followed in search of patronage.

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