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Archives of Asian Art (2017) 67 (1): 61–82.
Published: 01 April 2017
...De-Nin D. Lee Abstract Whereas texts on painting by Chinese literati have had a profound impact on art history, women's writings are almost unknown. This article examines poems by the Qing-dynasty poet-painter Luo Qilan (b. 1755), using her as a case study to argue for a literatae tradition...
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Figure 1. Luo Qilan (China, b. 1755), Herbaceous Peony , 1795. Inscription by Wang Wenzhi (1730–1802). Hanging scroll, ink and colors on paper, 85.7 × 39 cm. Photograph: © The Palace Museum, Beijing; all rights reserved. More
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Figure 2. Luo Qilan (China, b. 1755), Orchids after Yun Shouping , n.d. Fan, colors on paper, 20.3 × 50.5 cm. Cheng Xun Tang Collection. More
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Figure 3. Luo Qilan (China, b. 1755), Irises and China Asters from Album of Flowers and Plants , n.d. Inscription by Wang Wenzhi (1730–1802). One of eight album leaves, ink and colors on paper, 29 × 27 cm. Photograph: © The Palace Museum, Beijing; all rights reserved. More
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Figure 7. Detail of Ding Yicheng (China, d. after 1811), [Luo Qilan] Viewing Mount Ping in Springtime (Pingshan chunwang tu) , before 1795. Handscroll, ink and colors on paper, 39.6 × 135.7 cm. Photograph: © The Palace Museum, Beijing; all rights reserved. More
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Figure 12. Detail of Master Cui (China, n.d.), A Group Portrait of Luo Qilan, Qian Lin, and Cao Ciqing , ca. late 18th century. [Mounted after You Zhao and Wang Gong, Yuan Mei and His Female Students .] Handscroll, ink and color on silk, 41 × 302.5 cm. Private collection. Photograph: © More
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Figure 8. Colophons by Wang Wenzhi (1730–1802), including his transcription of Luo Qilan’s “Viewing Mount Ping in Springtime,” a poem of his own, and a record of the visit and Ding Yicheng’s portrait of Luo, for the handscroll illustrated in Figure 7 . Photograph: © The Palace Museum, Beijing More