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Kano Sōshū | Bodhidharma Crossing the Yangzi River on a Reed | Japan | Momoyama period (1573–1615) | The Met

Kano Sōshū | Bodhidharma Crossing the Yangzi River on a Reed | Japan | Momoyama period (1573–1615) | The Met

元 李堯夫 蘆葉達摩圖 軸 Bodhidharma crossing the Yangzi River on a reed Artist: Li Yaofu (Chinese, active ca. 1300) Period: Yuan dynasty (1271–1368) Date: before 1317

元 李堯夫 蘆葉達摩圖 軸 Bodhidharma crossing the Yangzi River on a reed Artist: Li Yaofu (Chinese, active ca. 1300) Period: Yuan dynasty (1271–1368) Date: before 1317

On the Banks of the Yangzi River, 1973

On the Banks of the Yangzi River, 1973

A handscroll presents an artwork in a horizontal form. It is generally laid flat on a table so that it can be admired section by section, from right to left, as it is unrolled, as if traveling through a landscape. In this way, the format can depict a continuous narrative or journey. This handscroll, which is about 54 feet long, depicts the Yangzi River, among the longest and mightiest rivers on earth. To see the full-length painting, visit the website above and scroll to the left.

A handscroll presents an artwork in a horizontal form. It is generally laid flat on a table so that it can be admired section by section, from right to left, as it is unrolled, as if traveling through a landscape. In this way, the format can depict a continuous narrative or journey. This handscroll, which is about 54 feet long, depicts the Yangzi River, among the longest and mightiest rivers on earth. To see the full-length painting, visit the website above and scroll to the left.

Ten Thousand Li Along the Yangzi River, traditionally attributed to Juran (active 960–986), China, Southern Song dynasty, mid-12th to early ...

Ten Thousand Li Along the Yangzi River, traditionally attributed to Juran (active 960–986), China, Southern Song dynasty, mid-12th to early ...

Li Yaofu (Chinese, active ca. 1300), Bodhidharma crossing the Yangzi River on a reed 元 李堯夫 蘆葉達摩圖 軸, before 1317, Yuan dynasty (1271–1368). Hanging scroll; ink on paper. Image: 33 3/4 × 13 5/16 in. (85.7 × 33.8 cm) Overall with mounting: 61 1/4 × 14 in. (155.6 × 35.6 cm) Overall with knobs: 61 1/4 × 15 7/8 in. (155.6 × 40.3 cm). Edward Elliott Family Collection, Purchase, The Dillon Fund Gift, 1982. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1980.275 © 2000–2016 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Li Yaofu (Chinese, active ca. 1300), Bodhidharma crossing the Yangzi River on a reed 元 李堯夫 蘆葉達摩圖 軸, before 1317, Yuan dynasty (1271–1368). Hanging scroll; ink on paper. Image: 33 3/4 × 13 5/16 in. (85.7 × 33.8 cm) Overall with mounting: 61 1/4 × 14 in. (155.6 × 35.6 cm) Overall with knobs: 61 1/4 × 15 7/8 in. (155.6 × 40.3 cm). Edward Elliott Family Collection, Purchase, The Dillon Fund Gift, 1982. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1980.275 © 2000–2016 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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