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             No. 12.
      Water Falls, painted by
  Tung Yuan of the Sung dynasty.
     1. 68." in. w. 37.4" in.

[[in pencil] S J [[/in pencil]]

    Tung Yuan, or Tung Peh Yuan, whose life has been referred to in another connection, was skilled in painting landscapes.
    This depicts a mountain scenery in a bright sunny day; in the distance can be seen mountain peaks rolling one upon another. From the rocks, the falls with swift waters runnig down upon the ridges below. Besides there is the mountain village life; the bridge and the cottages all well arranged.

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