Subject:Re: Old Chinese Scroll Calligraphy Painting (Please help decipher artist name(s) and script)
Posted By: I.Nagy Fri, Sep 13, 2019
北平榮寶斎製牋 - Peiping Rongbaozhai Made Paper
踣斎人 - Bōzhairen - Pseudonym -
幑 - Zhi - Approved
I think that these seals belong to the faint
(flawy) plum print. As the seal reveals that the print was made by the Beijing Rongbaozhai Art Publisher. The "Peiping" wording was used during the Republic period.
The calligraphy written on the flawy print is more less inconsistent. It contains phrase parts seemingly as brush trial.
The preultimate line (3rd.pic.) reads,
雪后煎茶 - After snow roasted tea
Title of a poem from Lu You (1125-1210)