Item #56994 清明上河圖 (= Along the River during the Quingming festival). Zhao Mengfu, copying Zhang Zeduan.
清明上河圖 (= Along the River during the Quingming festival)
清明上河圖 (= Along the River during the Quingming festival)

清明上河圖 (= Along the River during the Quingming festival)

Late 20th century. Facsimile printing of the Zhao Mengfu copy of Zhang Zeduan's "Along the River during the Quingming Festival," one of the most famous paintings in Chinese history. Accordion bound, 11" x 8.5", 18 panels, printed on silk, hand colored, hand printed facsimile chops, brocade boards, printed title label, fine. The original "Along the River" was painted by Zhang Zeduan during the Song Dynasty around 900-1200 AD. Its popularity is likened to that of the Mona Lisa, and artists throughout history have replicated and updated it, with over half a dozen notable reproductions. This facsimile is from a copy by Zhao Mengfu, likely painted in the late 13th century, with additional annotations and a postscript. Item #56994

Price: $100.00

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