Lot 855
Chinese Landscape Handscroll
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Likely Qing Dynasty, silk mounted handscroll of three paintings the first a calligraphy ink brush painting, most likely an introduction; the second (core painting) is an ink and wash on paper, depicting a river and mountain scene titled in grass style calligraphy in the upper right corner, the third is a running calligraphy painting most likely summarizing the core painting. Each of the three paintings have seal marks. DOA 12.5 x 470 in.; first painting 12.25 x 22.5 in., core painting 12.25 x 52 in., third painting 12.25 x 10.75 in.

Collection of the late Robert N. Cook, Jr., Graham, NC

Additional paper is mounted to the scroll after he 3rd painting, allowing for personalization.

Tears to silk header; water staining on reverse side.

$100 - 300