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Ink on paper; Height 148cm; Width 67cm
Being Filled with light color; the standing figure of Zhong Kui is featured vividly; eyes are brimming with radiating vigor; curly beard is erecting; his right hand is pointing to outside of the frame, in the same direction as his eyes are staring at; his left foot is stepping forward; the whole body is in a harmonious proportion; veins of clothes is flying upward; the figure is outlined with lines of strength as well as grace; the inscription on the top right part—“The painting was created by Gao Qipei with his fingers in the year Wushen  (the reign of Yongzheng)” is indicating that the painting was created in 1728. Gao Qipei, with Weizhi as his literary name and Qieyuan as his alternative name, had his ancestral home in Tieling, Liaoning, who acted as Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Punishments. He was expert in painting with fingers, who could create a figure with distinctive features conveniently.