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File:Li Di, Homeward Oxherds in Wind and Rain.jpg

Description Homeward Oxherds in Wind and Rain (風雨歸牧圖), by Chinese artist Li Di, 12th century, ink and colour on silk. 120.7 x 102.8 cm. Located in National Palace Museum, Taibei (臺北 國立故宮博物院).
See See: Zhongguo gu dai shu hua jian ding zu (中国古代书画鑑定组). 1997. Zhongguo hui hua quan ji (中国绘画全集). Zhongguo mei shu fen lei quan ji. Beijing: Wen wu chu ban she. Volume 4. Page 5.
Date 12th century, Southern Song Dynasty
Markings on the lower right corner of the painting (甲午嵗李迪筆) indicate the year 1174.
Author Li Di (李迪)
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