Peonies, Morning Glories, Cherries, and Chinese Cotton. Jiang Tingxi, 1669-1732. Ink and Color on Gold Paper Fan. Phoenix Art Museum.

I posted the official Museum photograph of this beautiful painted fan on my Asian History blog, but here’s some close ups of just how stunning this fan really is. It honestly gleamed so beautifully under the light. The hands are my professor, Dr. Claudia Brown at ASU. We were lucky enough to have a painting viewing for our Chinese Painting class, courtesy of the Papp Collection. 

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