The painting depicts three houses in a small village, surrounded by trees. There is a lake in the right-hand foreground of the painting. The artist signed his name with the seal of his pen name, Lao Pai (Pai the old man) on the upper left-hand corner.
The painting depicts three fishes below a calligraphic poem. The poem goes: "I once painted Three Fish and inscribed it: painting is what I did in the time remaining after work, poetry in the time remaining after sleep, and calligraphy in the time remaining after carving. This is what I call the three remaining." (in Chinese, "fish" and "remaining" are pronounced the same)
This painting depicts a solitary bird perched on a tropical banana plant. There are inscriptions and signature of the artist on the upper left-hand corner: "A farewell gift for Mr. Katsuizumi, as he goes south. Baishi."
Blank background. On the right half of the painting, there is a duck and a few plant leaves. The artist signed his pen name, "Host of the Eight-inkstone Mansion," with seal on the right edge of the painting.
A plant is shown against the blank background, with a long stem, some leaves on the top, and a apricot-like fruit at the bottom. Above the plant are some calligraphic texts, with the artist's signature and seal.
Old Man and The Green Mountain (Ch'ing-shan lao-fu)
An ink painting of a mountainscape with hills and abstract paths. Trees are depicted in darker shades, though most do not hold any detail. The image is in the lower half of the hanging scroll, and the upper half is covered with text. The image is entirely grey-scale.
This is a very dense landscape painting. There are waterfalls, clouds, trees and cliffs present in the painting. The colors consist of muted greens and browns. Towards the lower half of the painting, there is a view of an interior with four figures present, three of which are sitting at a low table. There is a staircase on the lower right, with a man standing on it, looking upwards. There is also a house on a cliff towards the upper right of the painting. There is calligraphy in the upper right hand corner, with a red seal. There is another red seal, although a bit faded, in the lower left corner of the image.
Painting of a standing male figure facing forward and holding a walking stick, against a blank background surrounded by an inscription, two artist’s seals, seven colophons and accompanying seals of contemporary scholars and artists.
Inscriptions of the artist: (At right:) A portrait of Mr. Zeng Pozhen … Copied by Shi Qu in the spring of 1797. (At left:) Mr. Zeng Pozhen was a superb realistic portrait painter … Two seals of the artistColophon, signature, and seal of Fei Danxu (1802–1850), dated 1848