Su Shi’s 11th century ink scroll painting Wood and Rock, which will be shown in Hong Kong next week. Photo: courtesy of Christie’s

Possibly the world’s rarest and most valuable Chinese painting, Christie’s says of upcoming showing – evoking a Carlsberg beer ad of old

Auction house to show 1,000-year-old ink painting by Su Shi in Hong Kong next week; to set a new price record for Chinese paintings it would have to sell for more than US$57 million

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Su Shi’s 11th century ink scroll painting Wood and Rock, which will be shown in Hong Kong next week. Photo: courtesy of Christie’s
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