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Seasons

Arthur B. Davies
Veils of Spring
1924
lithograph | paper
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1955/1.102
An abstract painting with red, yellow, and black overlapping patches.
Buffie Johnson
Spring
1912 - 1958
oil | canvas
Gift of an Anonymous Donor
1958/2.63
Yuan Jiang (Yüan Chiang)
Spring Dawn at the Han Dynasty Palace
1690 - 1730
ink and color | silk
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1995/1.83
The Rooster is singled out by its expressive outlining brushwork and the vibrant red color of the comb. Its decorative flavor is also enhanced by using a specific type of paper called “cloud-dragon paper” (yunlong zhi), as the pattern of décor resembles motifs of cloud and dragon. Vertical calligraphic text in in the upper left corner.
Chang Ku-nien
Lone Rooster Summons the Spring
1981
ink, color | paper
Gift of Dr. Cheng-Yang and Mrs. Shirley Chang
2006/1.112
Two men rafting in the waves of River Nu.<br />
Chang Ku-nien
Spring Warms River Nu
1971
ink | rice paper
Gift of Ted and Syauchen Baker
2006/1.144
In this fan painting mounted as an album leaf, a fishing boat is moored at shore. Water stretches to the right, and above it calligraphic text recounting the story of Peach Blossom Spring. To the left of the boat, are green riverbanks, blossoming peach trees, and a man in a small cave.
Qiu Ying (Ch'iu Ying)
Peach Blossom Spring
1542
ink and color | gold paper
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1976/1.212
Landscape painting depicting a dirt pathway with steps and a wooden railing cutting through the center of the composition leading to a house on a hill in the distance. On either side of the path are blooming trees bearing pink and white blossoms in a green meadow.
Arthur Wesley Dow
Spring Landscape
1892
oil | canvas
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.168
Kenneth Armitage
The Seasons
1956
color powder and wax | white paper
Museum Purchase
1959/1.85
Chinese
One of Four-panel Screen Depicting the Seasons
1867 - 1899
iron | wood frame
Gift of S.W. Hoobler in memory of his parents, Madge Sibley, BA 1904, and Doctor B. Raymond Hoobler
1982/2.41.4
Ten-panel screen depicting similar mountain scenes over changing seasons. A spring scene begins on the right, gradually changing over the ten images to winter on the left. In an upper corner of each scene is a corresponding seasonal poetic inscription. These images are created using ink and color on paper, which was mounted on the upper two-thirds of each panel of the screen.<br />
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Artist Yi Sangbeom has chosen a traditional theme, &ldquo;Eight Views of Xiao and Xiang Rivers (瀟湘八 景圖),&rdquo; but this painting is infused with a Korean mood by his unique expression and brush strokes. This ten-panel folding screen depicts various landscapes in each of the four seasons (四季山水圖): panels 1 to 3 depict spring landscapes; panels 4 and 5 summer; panels 6 to 8 autumn; and panels 9 and 10 winter. The title (畵題) of each panel is written on its upper corner. Beginning from the first panel on the far right, the titles are as follows: &ldquo;The Joy of Fishing on a Spring River (春江漁樂),&rdquo; &ldquo;Spring Haze in t
Yi Sang-Beom
Landscape of the Seasons
1943
ink and color | paper
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Seong H. Chi
2007/2.10
Louis Bunce
Summer Windows #2
1946
serigraph | paper
Museum Purchase
1948/1.44
Pierre Daura
Daura House with Snow
1955 - 1970
watercolor | paper
Gift of Martha R. Daura
2001/2.99

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