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    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

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    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.

  • Thumbnail for Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves
    Sixteen Lohan on Bodhi Leaves by Anonymous, previously attributed to Ding Yunpeng

    Ink, color, and gold on bodhi leaves. An album of 12 Bodhi leaf paintings, beginning with two images of paired guardian figures (the four kings), followed by eight paintings of lohan, a picture of the white-robed Guanyin, and another guardian. Although this painting is in an elaborated mount, with high-quality brocade and a Qing dynasty imperial inscription attributing it the famed painter Ding Yunpeng (1547-1628), it is most likely a late 19th century product.