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Brushpainting: Nature in Art School Program (selected resources)

Landscape

Landscape, by Cha Shibiao (1615-1698), 1686. China; Qing dynasty (1644-1912). Hanging scroll; ink on paper. Transfer from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Gift from The Society for Asian Art, B69D41.

Splashed Ink Landscape

Splashed Ink Landscape. By Soga Sojo (active 1490–approx.1512). Japan. Hanging scroll. Ink on paper. Asian Art Museum, Gift and purchase from the Harry G. C. Packard Collection Charitable Trust in honor of Dr. Shujiro Shimada, 1991.63

Jar, approx. 1700–1800. Korea. Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Porcelain with a tiger and magpie design in underglaze cobalt. Gift of Namkoong Ryun, 2001.9.

Jar, approx. 1700–1800. Korea. Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Porcelain with a tiger and magpie design in underglaze cobalt. Gift of Namkoong Ryun, 2001.9.

Bottle Gourds

Bottle Gourds, 1930-1957, by Qi Baishi (1863-1957). China. Hanging scroll; ink and colors on paper. The Avery Brundage Collection, B69D15.

This selection of resources introduces students to the vocabulary, techniques, and values of East Asian ink painting. Lessons and background information compliment the Brushpainting: Nature in Art school program at the Asian Art Museum.

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