Chinese Landscape Painting on Paper Mounted as a Scroll by Tang Hung (1926–2018)
Details:Ink and color landscape on paper, inscribed upper left and with two seals, two more lower left and also to lower right, mounted as a hanging scroll and dated gui mao (1963). Seals consistent with Tang Hung (1926–2018)’s work. Tang Hung (1926–2018), courtesy name Chunzhi, was born into a family of painters in Beijing. Tang Hung studied calligraphy in the slender-gold script and paintings of flowers and birds in the Song court style under Yu Fei’an and he also once studied under Zhang Daqian. After moving to Hong Kong in the early 1960s, Tang Hung held numerous solo, faculty and students exhibitions, and founded the San Chuan Art Society.
39.5ʺW × 40.5ʺH scroll
35ʺW× 18.5ʺH artwork
Style: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy
Place of Origin: China
Materials: Paper and ink and mounted as a scroll.
Condition: Toning to paper, scattered creases, moderate surface abrasions, some lightening to paper upper center and lower right, mount separating from edges of upper hanging bar, a few scattered lighter water spots, pale diagonal lines to lower left.
provenance: Atlanta ( Buckhead) estate