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Ocean Sky, Rising Sun | 16th-17th century | Li Zhaodao (Chinese, ca. 670-730) | Ming dynasty | Ink, color, and gold on silk | China |Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art | F1911.175

Ocean Sky, Rising Sun | 16th-17th century | Li Zhaodao (Chinese, ca. 670-730) | Ming dynasty | Ink, color, and gold on silk | China |Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art | F1911.175

Poetry, painting, and calligraphy: Known as the “Three Perfections,” these genres were the ultimate expressions of Chinese literati culture during the Ming dynasty (1369–1644). Members of the Wu School earned admiration for their interpretations of these art forms. Opening April 16, "Painting with Words" celebrates Wu School works, examining the relationship between their imagery, brushstrokes, and, especially, words.

Poetry, painting, and calligraphy: Known as the “Three Perfections,” these genres were the ultimate expressions of Chinese literati culture during the Ming dynasty (1369–1644). Members of the Wu School earned admiration for their interpretations of these art forms. Opening April 16, "Painting with Words" celebrates Wu School works, examining the relationship between their imagery, brushstrokes, and, especially, words.

A stag, a doe, and red camellias in snow | Zhou Yuan (mid to late 14th century) | Ink and color on silk | Yuan or Ming dynasty | 1367 | Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery | F1911.282

A stag, a doe, and red camellias in snow | Zhou Yuan (mid to late 14th century) | Ink and color on silk | Yuan or Ming dynasty | 1367 | Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery | F1911.282

During the Ming dynasty, garden building was in ascendance, and the painter Shen Zhou often created works showing himself and his contemporaries in garden settings. Here he has revived an earlier style of painting associated with Wang Meng, whose wiry brushwork is featured in this scroll.| Landscape in the style of Wang Meng | 1491 | Shen Zhou (Chinese, 1427-1509) | Ming dynasty | Ink and color on paper | China | Purchase | Freer Gallery of Art | F1956.28

During the Ming dynasty, garden building was in ascendance, and the painter Shen Zhou often created works showing himself and his contemporaries in garden settings. Here he has revived an earlier style of painting associated with Wang Meng, whose wiry brushwork is featured in this scroll.| Landscape in the style of Wang Meng | 1491 | Shen Zhou (Chinese, 1427-1509) | Ming dynasty | Ink and color on paper | China | Purchase | Freer Gallery of Art | F1956.28

Chinese Art | Birds and berries | 17th-19th century | Ming or Qing dynasty | Ink and color on silk | China

Chinese Art | Birds and berries | 17th-19th century | Ming or Qing dynasty | Ink and color on silk | China

The Poet Narihira Views the Waterfall by Ogata Kôrin, early 18th century

The Poet Narihira Views the Waterfall by Ogata Kôrin, early 18th century

Celestial Horses - 17th century  Zhao Mengfu , (Chinese, 1254-1322)  Late Ming dynasty - Ink and color on silk - H: 37.4 W: 650.9 cm  China

Celestial Horses - 17th century Zhao Mengfu , (Chinese, 1254-1322) Late Ming dynasty - Ink and color on silk - H: 37.4 W: 650.9 cm China

Wisteria on a Bamboo Trellis,     Kano Eitoku (1543-1590)  Sylvan Sounds: Freer, Dewing and Japan | Explore + Learn | Freer and Sackler Galleries

Wisteria on a Bamboo Trellis, Kano Eitoku (1543-1590) Sylvan Sounds: Freer, Dewing and Japan | Explore + Learn | Freer and Sackler Galleries

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