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^[[Highly important in many ways

After Harvest, painted by Chiao Chung Chang
of the Sung dynasty.
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Chiao Chung Chang, a native of Ho Chung district, was skilled in painting human figures of the school of Lee Peh Shi ^[[handwritten above text]] Li Po Shi [[/handwritten]]. This depicts an old farmer accompanied by wife and children , enjoying their ease after harvest time.

This work was drawn in detail and resembled a good deal that of Lee Peh Shi's hand work. Well commented by two art connoisseurs of the Ming dynasty. 

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No. 55. 
A Study of Birds, painted by Wang Ling of the Sung dynasty.
l. 66" in. w. 37" in.

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Wang Ling of the period of the north Sung dynasty, a probationer of the Imperial Art Academy, was skilled in painting flowers and birds and portraits.

This depicts an old plum tree, two birds sitting on the branches and a pair of swans at foot of the tree.