Quails and Flowering Grain
- Image Number: K2A000879N000000000PAA
- Dynasty: Yuan dynasty
- Category: Paintings
- Form: 軸
- Exhibition dimension: 170.5×93.8
There is a stone protruding in the middle of Potuo. The fine grass is withered after frost. There is a cluster of millet behind the stone. There are three wax beaks perched on the stone to peck at the ears of millet. The ground is covered with miscellaneous flowers, and there are six quails. Three gathered on the stone, one flew from afar, and two were at the left corner, leaning up and down, pecking at rice grains. The painting style is close to the style of the Yuan style painters in the Ming Dynasty who imitated the Song Dynasty.
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