Chinese Art:Paintings and Prints


Chinese Qing Republic Stone Relief Ink Rubbing Cat After Jiang Tingxi
item#: 1425076
price: $375.00
Charming Chinese ink rubbing of a stone stele depicting a fat cat surrounded by rockery with holes and chrysanthemum flowers after a painting by Jiang Tingxi (1669-1732) that was based upon an earlier work by Ming artist Lu Ji (1477-1505). Jiang’s seal bears the artist’s pseudonym “Nansha.” Likely dates late Qing to Republic period (late 19th to early 20th century). Paper: 24 3/4" x 13 3/4 (image: 21 3/8" x 11 1/4"). Very good overall condition. There is minor soiling and foxing on the mounting and back and some wrinkling of the paper.

Chinese Qing Republic Stone Relief Ink Rubbing Cat After Jiang Tingxi
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