C1958.89_002_1.jpg
C1958.89_001.jpg

Title

Painting: landscape

Description

One mounted painting on paper of landscape. Signature and seal of artist bottom left. Dedication to Alley top right. Signatures and seals of six friends, top left. Inscriptions as follows:

1. Top inscription:
本會調查員英人艾黎君於本年七月十一日調升工廠檢查部服務,同人等與艾君共事多年,悉其對於中華書畫特具雅好,爰倩娄東名畫家蔣思澤君構作立軸一幀,以卜賞鑒並資紀念雲尓,時中華民國二十三年七月

陳龍泉 朱耕x 陳顯明 金柏生 沈海耿 任石流 敬贈
The British man Mr. Rewi Alley, an investigator of our union, will be transferred to the Factory Inspection Department. We have worked with Mr. Alley for many years, all knowing that he has a keen interest in Chinese calligraphy and painting. Therefore, we commissioned this hanging scroll from Jiang Size, a famous painter in Loudong, for Alley and our friendship as well. In the July of the 23rd year of the Republic of China (1934).
Chen Longquan, Zhu GengX, Chen Xianming, Jin Bosheng, Shen Haigeng, Ren Shiliu. Respectfully presented.

2. Lower inscription:
高館依山築 白雲時往回
送迎都不必 風雨卻能來
有意未妨懶 無心何用猜
世人誰可到 但指亂峰堆

艾黎先生雅正
娄東蔣思澤

Creator

Jiang Size

Source

C.M. Alley

Provenance

A presentation painting from Chinese colleagues to Rewi Alley in Shanghai, July 1934. Gifted to Canterbury Museum by Alley's mother, C.M. Alley, in 1944. Loaned to William Hart-Smith for exhibition in Timaru in 1949. Loaned to Margaret Garland (1903-1998) for an exhibition of Chinese art at The Architectural Centre Gallery, Wellington, and Auckland Art Gallery, in 1954.

Physical Dimensions

1135 x 435 mm (l x w)

Museum Ac. No.

C1958.89

Usage Rights

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Period

Republic of China (1911-1949)

Citation

Jiang Size, “Painting: landscape,” China, Art and Cultural Diplomacy, accessed August 23, 2017, http://rewialleyart.nz/items/show/1254.