Mystic Mountains

By John Rowland

Mystic Mountains


Pastel pencil on Canson paper.

Inspired by a landscape painted by a Qing dynasty Chinese landscape artist called Wang Jian (1598-1677). The original work is exhibited at the Shanghai Museum, it is associated with a poem by Yan Wei of the Tang dynasty (618–907) that reads: “Spring water flows freely to the willow pond. Sun sets slowly on the sunken flower beds.”

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