by Hou-mei Sung, Curator of East Asian Art
As the king of beasts in China, the tiger is also one of the oldest and most meaningful animal subjects in Chinese painting. Here, the unidentified artist portrays a large tigress sitting under an old pine tree.
Our paper conservator has been working with a large donation of 20th century Chinese paintings over the past year.
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