For examples of Zhang’s work, see a brushpot bearing his signature carved with the composition of a pavilion amidst a rocky landscape illustrated in a number of important publications such as Craig Clunas, Art in China, Oxford, 1997, pl. 102, and in Soame Jenyns and William Watson, Chinese Art: The Minor Arts II, London, 1965, pl. 198; and another brushpot in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, depicting a scene from the scholars' outing recorded in the famous Ode to the Pavilion of the Inebriated Old Man by Ouyang Xiu (1007-72), included in the museum's official website.
See also a brushpot in the Shanghai Museum decorated in the liuqing technique illustrated in Zhongguo meishu quanji. Zhu mu ya jiao qi [The Complete Collection of Chinese Art. Bamboo, Wood, Ivory and Horn], vol. 11, Beijing, 1987, p. 8, pl. 8. A small number of Zhang's carvings has also been sold at auction; for example see three brushpots sold in these rooms, the first, 8th October 2010, lot 2184, the second, 10th April 2006, lot 1654, and the third, 4th April 2012, lot 120, from the Water, Pine and Stone Retreat collection.
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