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Description A Ming Dynasty portrait of the Chinese official Jiang Shunfu (1453–1504), now in the Nanjing Museum. The decoration of two cranes on his chest are a "rank badge" that indicate that he was a civil official of the first rank; refer to page 282 of Patricia Ebrey's paperback edition of Cambridge Illustrated History of China.
Date Late 15th century
Source, Mingqing renwuxiaoxiang huaxuan (Nanjing: Nanjing Bowuguan, 1979), pl. 16.
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