Six Scenes in Imitation of Song and Yuan Masters
Qiu Ying (ca. 1494-1552), Ming dynasty
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''Xulang Cottage'' ''Ling'' (accession number from the ''Thousand Character Classic'') Six Scenes in Imitation of Song and Yuan Masters
Inscription''The golden sunset shines from above. Shining gold are the mountains on the southern shore. A few miles from the vihara, the mountain peaks rise high through the skies. The reflection upon the rocks on the mountain turns the clouds as colorful as the sunset. One gazes upon the scene while leaning against the railings.''''Juni'' (half seal)''Molinzi''Six Scenes in Imitation of Song and Yuan Masters
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Inscription:'''Six Scenes of the Song and Yuan' in imitation of the famous masters by Qiu Shizhou (Ying) in the collection of Molin, Xiang Yuanbian. (Dated to) the spring of the 26th year of Jiajing (1547). Copies done in the Moya Hall and mounted in mid-spring of the gengwu year of Longqing (1570).'' (The character ''ling'' at the end is an accession number from the ''Thousand Character Classic”)'' Six Scenes in Imitation of Song and Yuan Masters