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Kei Suzuki, comp. “Comprehensive Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Paintings (Chûgoku kaiga sôgô suroku)”, vol. 1: American and Canadian Collections (Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1982), pl. A3-018. (as Zhang Sengyou)
-Osvald Siren, Chinese Painting: Leading Masters and Principles (New York:Ronald Press, 1956-58), vol.IV,p.30 (as Qian Xuan attribution), vol. VI, pl. 31, vol. VII, Lists, p.108 under Qian Xuan. Rated “B?”. -“A similar picture was in the former National Museum, Peking (1928).”
-James Cahill, An Index of Early Chinese Painters and Paintings (Berkeley, University of California Press, 1980), p. “Copy.”
Oertling, Sewell, “Ting Yun-peng…” Ph.D. diss. U. of Michigan, 1980, pp. 221-228 on subject of Washing the White Elephant (Sweeping the Elephant).
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