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Bamboo in Wind and Rain. Shitao (Chinese, 1642–1707) Qing dynasty (1644–1911), ca. 1694. Hanging scroll; ink on paper

“What is fated to be yours will always return to you.” - Chinese Proverb

Attributed to 'Ali Quli Jabbadar (active 1642–late 17th century). "Summer, from a Series of the Four Seasons", Folio from the Davis Album, ca. 1660–70. Iran. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Theodore M. Davis Collection, Bequest of Theodore M. Davis, 1915 (30.95.174.24)

Melchior d' Hondecoeter (Dutch, 1636–1695). Peacocks, 1683. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Samuel H. Kress, 1927 (27.250.1) #peacock

南宋-梁楷-李白行吟图-纸本墨-东京国立博物馆 by China Online Museum - Chinese Art Galleries, via Flickr

JP: Chinese painting - Wang Zhou Jun - the 2nd of the legendary 4 great beauties of ancient China.

明 唐寅 东篱赏菊图 上海博物馆 by China Online Museum - Chinese Art Galleries, via Flickr

Paolo Veronese (Paolo Caliari (Italian, 1528–1588). Boy with a Greyhound, possibly 1570s. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. H. O. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, 1929 (29.100.105) #dogs

"Krishna and Balarma Fighting the Enemy", Folio from a Harivamsa (The Legend of Hari (Krishna)), ca. 1590–95. Islamic. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Edward C. Moore Jr. Gift, 1928 (28.63.3) | This combat scene is a melee of clashing swords, flying banners, and strewn bodies. The dynamic action of the battle scene is typical of the Akbar period, while the style of the rocks still shows dependence on Persian painting. #swords