Jiang Shunfu

Jiang Shunfu (1453–1504) was a Chinese mandarin of the sixth rank under the Hongzhi Emperor during the Ming dynasty.[4] He is best remembered today for a portrait displaying him in his official robes, one of the most famous such works from the era.[1]

Jiang Shunfu
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A 15th-century portrait of Jiang Shunfu[3]
Chinese

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  1. ^ a b Guan Shanming. Chinese Portraits, p. 33. Muwen Tang Fine Arts Publication Ltd., 2003.
  2. ^ Index to Ming Dynasty Chinese Paintings. "Portrait of Chiang Shun-fu (1453–1504). Anonymous." Harvard University, 2003. Accessed 7 Feb 2014.
  3. ^ Part of the Nanjing Museum collection.[1] Record 2439387811 in Harvard University's Ming Dynasty Chinese Painters and Paintings Index.[2]
  4. ^ Ebrey, Patricia B & al. Pre-modern East Asia to 1800: A Cultural, Social, and Political History 3rd ed., p. 239. Cengage Learning, 2013. ISBN 1285546237. Accessed 7 Feb 2014.