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The scroll painting (part a) has a central image with a brown background with animals (red pandas?) playing in a rose garden. One brown and black striped animal is crouching down on a black rock from which a stem of a pink rose plant grows where a dark yellow butterfly flies overhead on the right side. Below this are other brown and black and white animals. Along the upper right hand side there are three vertical lines of black writing characters with two square red stamps with writing characters within underneath the outer line. Two more square red stamps with writing characters within are at the bottom of the picture, one in each corner. The central picture is surrounded by ornate cream-coloured fabric outlined with light brown. The scroll has ornate light blue fabric at the top and the bottom. Written on the back is the following: "_kao Feng Han 1683 - 1743 China". The top of the scroll has a semi-circular rod with dark red-brown and light cream-brown string going through four loops, and the bottom has a larger cylindrical rod with a four centimetre diameter which has been covered with a brown floral patterned fabric. The scroll is contained in a box and lid (parts b-c).

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