Subject:Re: Scroll #2- Translation of script and seal requested
Posted By: I,Nagy Fri, Apr 22, 2022
After the snow the oar (of my boat) gently enters the Cuiwei (Mountain)*
I feel the cool of Huaxi (Creek) on my spring coat
I cross the bridge to the south bank to find the traces of spring, I step on the plum blossoms until the moon sets,
then I return home
Picture of clouds, trees and plum blossoms spreading out, with fields on the south and beech trees on the north
Idea and painting with two lines of verse by
* The poet came to the Cuiwei mountain by boat after snow
The poem itself is attributed to Yun Shouping, the early Qing Dynasty poet, calligrapher and painter.
施器瑞印 - Seal of Shi Qirui
儁民又字二田 -Junmin alias Ertian
Shi Qirui 施器瑞 Date of birth and death unknown
Qing Dynasty painter、Native of Chongming County (Shanghai) Passed the imperial examination at the county level (Xiucai) in 1814.
Probably Junmin was his courtesy name and used the alias Ertian