This work is the tenth leaf from “Collaborative Album of Flowers and Landscapes” that Wang Hui did with Yun Shouping (1633-1690), who was responsible for the flower paintings. In Wang’s leaf here, trees with leaves turning red line the autumn mountains as travelers slowly make their way on the path. At the left is the artist’s inscription that reads, “Using the method of Fan Huayuan (Kuan).” The foreground rocks continue in the tradition of “raindrop” texturing used by Fan Kuan (ca. 960-1030), the application of the brush complex yet delicate. Mineral green and red pigments were applied to the clusters of trees to imbue them with a sense of brightness and beauty, the colors of distant mountains and skies echoing each other in an exceptional arrangement of solid and void.