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A vertical hanging scroll on white fabric. The image is in black ink on faded paper. A bamboo tree occupies most of the space. A signature is located in the middle on the left of the painting.
Qian Zai (Ch'ien Tsai)
Bamboo and Rocks
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
Sweeping brushstrokes of varying intensity convey the general landscape of this painting. More detailed brushwork is used to illustrate eight geese flying low amoung plants or reeds.
Lin Fengmian (Lin Feng-mien)
Landscape with Geese
1960 – 1970
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund

Flemish (Flemish (culture or style))
A Boar Hunt (After Rubens' Hunt of the Calydonian Boar)
17th century
Museum Purchase

Albert Mullen
Museum Purchase

Albert Mullen
Museum Purchase
This hanging scroll depicts two carp among waves using light ink washes. It demonstrates the Kanō painters' interest in naturalistic depiction of flowers, birds and animals.
Kanō School
Two carp among waves
17th century
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
A hanging scroll in the ink bamboo tradition. The plant that is the focal point of the painting takes up the middle, while an inscription runs along the right side. Stamps are seen on the bottom of both the right and left side of the painting.
Zheng Xie;Zheng Xie (Chinese (culture or style);Chinese (culture or style))
Bamboo and Orchids [Lan-chu t'u chou]
1740 – 1766
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
Peonies in full bloom grow as if from a rock or tree stump. A calligraphic inscription is on the left side.
Kumashiro Yūhi
Peonies and Rock
1750 – 1772
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
The branches of a plum tree stretch skyward, skillfully utilizing the vertical space of this hanging scroll. Black dots are used as accents along the branches, making them look knotted and full of texture. These heavy features are offset by the delicate depiction of plum blossoms. Calligraphic text is in the upper right corner, with two seals.
Li Jishou (Li Chi-shou)
Plum Blossoms, after Jin Nong
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
This hanging scroll depicts a scholar seated in a pavillion built into a mountainous landscape overlooking a bay. In the foreground, dark rocks rise up from the water to the right, while two large trees extend out over the water. Behind this is a series of five structures with a single figure inside, gazing out over the water. In the background, mist and mountains are suggested through the use of a lighter gray ink wash. 
Soga Shōhaku
House by the Bay
18th century
Museum Purchase
A blue and green mountain looms over a lake, taking up the right portion of the picture. Above and to the left is calligraphic text and three red seals. In the lake below is a boat.
Pu Ru (P'u Ju)
Red Trees on a Blue Lofty Peak
1946 – 1956
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
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