A large ‘grandfather and grandson’ burlwood sculpture
Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)
H. 77 cm (including base)
Provenance: Jean-Michel Beurdeley, Paris 1966 Published in: Beurdeley & Cie, Dans la tradition Zen, Paris, 1966, Catalogue No. 3
來源：Jean-Michel Beurdeley, 巴黎1966年
出版著錄：Beurdeley 和 Cie《Dans la tradition Zen》, 巴黎, 1966年, 圖錄編號 3
The sculpture is naturally formed from two twisted branches of burlwood, each accented with various perforations. The surface of the wood is smooth and patinated to a honey brown tone.
A ‘Grandfather and Grandson’ scholar’s rock is published in Gerard Tsang and Hugh Moss’ book Arts From the Scholar’s Studio, 1986, pp. 114-115, Catalogue No. 78.