SKETCH OF LONGYANG GORGE NO. 6
A/P ，高原的山，Xu Bing 徐冰，1986
signed in Pinyin and Chinese, stamped with the artist's seal, dated 1986, titled, inscribed A/P
Executed in 1986, this work is an artist's proof.
紙張：49.3 by 67 公分，19⅜by 26⅜英寸
框：61.2 by 78 公分，24⅛by 30¾英寸
sheet: 49.3 by 67 cm; 19⅜ by 26⅜ in.
framed: 61.2 by 78 cm; 24⅛ by 30¾ in.
There are few light vertical creases across the surface, primarily one running down the centre of the image. An approximately 3 cm long tear on the upper right margin, both of which can be improved by restoration. Framed under Plexiglas.
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A gift from the artist
Private American Collection
英國，牛頓，阿什莫林博物館，〈Landscape/Landscript: Nature as Language in the Art of Xu Bing〉，二〇一三年二月二十八日至五月十九日，99頁（另一版本）
United Kingdom, Oxford, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Landscape/Landscript: Nature as Language in the Art of Xu Bing, 28 February - 19 May, 2013, p. 99 (alternative edition exhibited)
Xu Bing, Albion, London, United Kingdom, 2011, pl. 6.12, p. 91 (alternative edition published)