The elegant Wangchuan Villa situated in the picturesque hills on the outskirts of the Tang dynasty (618–907) capital, Chang'an (modern Xi'an), is one of the most famous gardens of ancient China. The rambling estate with spectacular scenery was the retreat of the poet, musician, and landscape painter Wang Wei (699–759). This scroll painting is based on the poem written by him on the scenery of Wangchuan Villa.


  • Title: Wangchuan Villa
  • Creator: Anonymous
  • Location Created: China
  • Physical Dimensions: 28.0×308.0cm
  • Type: Painting
  • Publisher: Hwajeong Museum
  • Rights: Hwajeong Museum
  • Medium: ink and slight colors on paper

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