File:Yellow Oranges and Green Tangerines (橙黃橘綠) by Zhao Lingrang (趙令穰).jpg

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Artist
English: Zhao Lingrang
中文: 趙令穰
Title
English: Yellow Oranges and Green Tangerines
中文: 橙黃橘綠
Description
English: Chinese fan painting from the Song dynasty inspired by For Liu Jingwen (贈劉景文), a poem written by Su Shi.

You must remember,
the best scenery of the year,
Is exactly now,

when oranges turn yellow and tangerines green.
Date circa 1070
date QS:P571,+1070-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Medium ink and color on silk
institution QS:P195,Q540668
Source/Photographer National Palace Museum, online collection
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