|Stamp Name||Special 250 Ancient Chinese Painting Postage Stamps Wen Cheng–ming’s after Chao Po-su’s|
|Stamp Cat Standard||Special Stamps|
|Stamp Cat||Calligraphy & Paintings, Navigation|
|Dimension of stamps(mm.)||51x36|
|Size of souvenir Sheet (mm.)|
|Printer||China Color Printing Co. Inc., R.O.C.|
|Sheet composition||S250.1-250.10 5×10
|Process||Deep etch offset|
|Paper||Locally-made mat finished,<br>watermarked stamp paper with gum<br>|
The featured painting, 541.6×31.5 cm in size, is a handscroll with ink and color on silk. The painter was Wen Cheng-ming (1470-1559), who was included as one of the Four Masters of the Ming Dynasty. He painted this handscroll in 1548, when he was seventy-nine years of age.
This set consists of ten 3.00 stamps featuring 〝After Chao Po-su's 'Red Cliff'〞of the Ming Dynasty (1386-1644), recommended by the National Palace Museum in Taipei. The ten stamps are arranged in two strips which depict the whole painting.