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Orchids and Bamboo
- Artist: Wang Chi-yuan
- Medium: Ink on paper
- Dates: 1942
- Period: Contemporary
- Dimensions: 59 x 23in. (149.9 x 58.4cm) Other: 100 x 23in. (254 x 58.4cm) (show scale)
- Markings: two seals of the artist
- Signature: Signed and dated: "Chi-yuan" "February 18, 1942"
- Inscriptions: " The wirting which liefts the heavens and pulls up the earth, the talk which threatens away ghosts, the painting which is without the ancient and present traditions, cannot be found i nthe laymen's vision. Before painting, no rule is set; after painting no trace is left." " On February 16th, the thirtieth year ( of the Republic of China ), I painted orchids and bamboo and copied Banqiao's remarks."
- Collections:Asian Art
- Museum Location: This item is not on view
- Accession Number: 1990.20.5
- Credit Line: Gift of The School of Chinese Brushwork
- Rights Statement: © artist or artist's estate
- Caption: Wang Chi-yuan. Orchids and Bamboo, 1942. Ink on paper, 59 x 23in. (149.9 x 58.4cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of The School of Chinese Brushwork, 1990.20.5. © artist or artist's estate
- Record Completeness: Adequate (56%)