Han Gan, a leading horse painter of the Tang dynasty (618–907), was known for portraying not only the physical likeness of a horse but also its spirit. The numerous seals and inscriptions added to the painting and its borders by later owners and experts are a distinctive feature of Chinese collecting. The addition of seals and comments by later viewers served to record a work's transmission and offers vivid testimony of an artwork's continuing impact on later generations. - The Metropolitan Museum
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See below for clips of Chi Zhang join Sky TV Landscape Artist of the Year 2015.
See below for a short introduction to calligraphy from Chi Zhang the Institute’s tutor.