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Product images of Returning Peasants in a Spring Evening, early 1600s
Product details Returning Peasants in a Spring Evening, early 1600s
Returning Peasants in a Spring Evening, early 1600s
Returning Peasants in a Spring Evening, early 1600s. Although little known today, Tao Hong was a versatile artist who here depicts farmers returning home after a day in the fields. The shallow stream and dormant rice fields, the returning birds, and light sprinkles of green foliage all indicate the beginning of the farming season and hope for a good harvest. While this leaf depicts rural life, the second one,1999.224, is of a more poetic nature. A lone crane stands in a bamboo grove. By using light colours and nuanced brushwork, Tao Hong achieves an effect of natural light and luminosity.
- Image ref: 2739147
- Heritage Art/Heritage Images