Fang Ts'ung-i : The High, High Pavilion
Fang Ts'ung-i (fourteenth century) , Wu-yu by style name and Fang-hu by sobriquet, was a native of Kuei-hsi, Kiangsi province. He was a Taoist monk of Shang-ch'ing-kung monastery during the late Yuan dynasty. He excelled in poetry and prose, and was gifted in the ancient li simplified seal characters. He was a talented painter following the styles of Tung Yuan, Chu-jan, Mi Fei and Kao K'o-kung, and achieved a unique demeanor in landscape painting. The inscription on the painting mentions that it was produced under the influence of alcohol, but the work indicates the tense and heightened state of Fang Ts'ung- i.
作品寸法：62.1 cm x 27.9 cm
商品寸法：152.0 cm x 40.0 cm