Year of work：Qing Dynasty
Technique：giclee on rice paper
Silk edge width: L/R 5-8cm, U/D 10-20cm (according to size)
Artist: Wang Hui (1632–1717)
Wang Hui was a landscape painter of the early Qing dynasty. Much like the other Wangs, primarily painted landscapes. Though much of his painting is academic and pedestrian, there is in his best works an intensity in the handling of brushstroke rhythms and textures that yields a dense and detailed unity without losing the composition’s clarity or meaning.