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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2019) 69 (1): 103–120.
Published: 01 April 2019
...Michele Matteini Abstract In the late 1770s Weng Fanggang (1733–1818) initiated what would become a defining feature of High Qing cultural and social life: ceremonies in honor of Su Shi's birthday. These elaborate, collective rituals took place yearly in Weng's Beijing residence and centered on a...
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Published: 01 October 2018
Weng Fanggang (Chinese, 1733–1818), Commentary on the Dingwu Version of the “Preface to the Orchid Pavilion,” Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Horizontal scroll; ink on gold-speckled paper, overall 39.1 × 168.3 cm. Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 2016.256. The Yeh Family Collection. Photograph More
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Published: 01 April 2019
Figure 1. Unidentified artist, Portraits of Su Shi and Weng Fanggang , 1812. Album leaf; ink on paper, 21.5 × 24.3 cm. Kansong [Gansong] Art Museum, Seoul. Figure 1. Unidentified artist, Portraits of Su Shi and Weng Fanggang, 1812. Album leaf; ink on paper, 21.5 × 24.3 cm. Kansong [Gansong More
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Published: 01 April 2019
Figure 2. Su Shi (Chinese, 1037–1101), Dark Clouds at the Edge of the Sky , or The Songyang Manuscript , ca. 1077, detail of section two with inscription by Weng Fanggang (Chinese, 1733–1818). Ink on paper, dimensions unknown. Shanghai Museum, Shanghai. From Bai and Chen, Su Shi shufa jing More
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Archives of Asian Art (1 October 2018) 68 (2): 233–262.
Published: 01 October 2018
...Weng Fanggang (Chinese, 1733–1818), Commentary on the Dingwu Version of the “Preface to the Orchid Pavilion,” Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Horizontal scroll; ink on gold-speckled paper, overall 39.1 × 168.3 cm. Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 2016.256. The Yeh Family Collection. Photograph...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2006) 56 (1): 31–60.
Published: 01 April 2006
... teacher Pak Che-ga was a Pukhak p'a scholar and drew on these personal ties when he went to Beijing in 1778. His contacts in turn later enabled Kim to interact with a broad circle of Qing scholars and painters, including Weng Fanggang gimig (1733-1818) and Ruan Yuan iit (1764-1849). Two of...