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Lily and pinks, from the flowers of the twelve months: May
Date: approx. 1690-1710
Historical Period: Qing dynasty (1644-1911)
Object Name: Album leaf
Materials: Ink and colors on silk
Dimensions: H. 16 1/8 in x W. 13 in, H. 41 cm x W. 33 cm (image); H. 25 in x W. 19 in, H. 63.5 cm x W. 48.3 cm (matted)
Credit Line: The Avery Brundage Collection
Department: Chinese Art
Collection: Painting
Object Number: B65D49.e
On Display: No

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Label: Yun Bing, one of the better-known women painters of the 1700s, is admired for her finely detailed and brilliantly colored paintings of flowering plants.

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Exhibition History: "The Hundred Flowers: Botanical Motifs in Chinese Art", Asian Art Museum, March 24-June 25, 1985
Label: Yun Bing, one of the better-known women painters of the 1700s, is admired for her finely detailed and brilliantly colored paintings of flowering plants.
Exhibition History: "The Hundred Flowers: Botanical Motifs in Chinese Art", Asian Art Museum, March 24-June 25, 1985