S091 趙浩公摹徐凞花卉(南唐)

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Title

S091 趙浩公摹徐凞花卉(南唐)

CDWA Lite Element Set

Object/Work Type

Hanging scroll painting

Title

Zhao Haogong Emulating Xu Xi's Flowers (Southern Tang)
趙浩公摹徐凞花卉 (南唐)

Display Creator

Made by Zhao Haogong (Chinese, 1881-1947) = 趙浩公 (Chinese, 1881-1947)

Display Measurements

77 x 28 cm

Display Materials/Techniques

Ink and colour on paper

Period/Culture

Republican period, Guangdong province

Inscriptions

Title slip
題簽: 趙浩公摹徐凞花卉 南唐
Translation: Zhao Haogong Emulating Xu Xi's Flowers (Southern Tang)

Inscription (top left)
題跋: 撫南唐徐凞裝堂花畫本 台山趙浩
Translation: Emulating Southern Tang Xu Xi's flower painting model. Taishan Zhao Hao.

Inscription on mounting:
裝裱題字: 南唐徐凞鍾陵人創舖殿花即今之裱墻花紙為沒骨派之始祖
Translation: Southern Tang Xu Xi, a native of Zhongling, invented flower painting for palace decoration, which is like today's flowered wall paper. He was founder of the "boneless" school.

Artist's seal (middle left)
肖浩 (朱文方印)
Transliteration: Xiao Hao (relief)
炎宋王孫 (白文方印)
Transliteration: Yansong wangsun (intaglio)

Indexing Subject

Flower

Classification

Painting, Chinese

Record ID

S091

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Date Added
May 31, 2012
Collection
Scroll paintings from the Lingnan Foundation
Item Type
Still Image
Citation
“S091 趙浩公摹徐凞花卉(南唐),” Lingnan University Omeka, accessed December 18, 2018, https://omeka.ln.edu.hk/items/show/476.
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