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No. 9.

Travellers, painted on silk by Tung [[?P]]eh Yuan
1. 46" in. w.20.8"i n.
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Tung Peh Yuan, also named Tung  Yuan, a special commissioner of the South Tang Period, was skilled in painting landscapes. His works were prized for the originality. This depicts mountain peaks covered with abundant forests. The mountain bridge, waterfalls and the cottage all remind one of an out of the way mountain scenery, painted so real. In the picture may be seen also travellers and a small win^[[d]]ing road leading to the summit of the peak.

This has been considered one of the best of old Chinese paintings which fact being testified by a number of connoisseurs such as Yu Tze Siu and Wang Wen Chi.

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