Subject:Re: Help needed to recognize Chinese Seals from old scrolls.
Posted By: I.Nagy Mon, Nov 04, 2019
The finished picture with the title, colophon (date, signature, artist`s seal(s), leisure seal, inscription(s), collectors` seals etc. make the painting first time more understandable. If you do not show the entire picture with the signatures and
seals it`s difficult to say anything sure. The place of seals affixed on the picture have decisive meanings.
1, 子初宝璽 - Imperial Seal of Primary Treasure
（璽→鑑 in bell-cauldron script) - could be a fake collector`s seal
2, 張透 Zhang Tou - depending on the affixed place could be the artist's name or collector's name
3, 無量 - Certainly a leisure seal