This app has prepared a high definition copy of the reunioned ''Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains'', together with a puzzle game based on it.
-In the puzzle mode, can shake the device to start solving or reshuffle.
-Swipe left and right with 2 fingers to navigate through the pieces of puzzles.
''Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains'' is not only the greatest surviving masterpiece by Huang Gongwang (1269-1354), one of the Four Yuan Dynasty Masters, it is also a work renowned in the history of Chinese painting. It came to influence landscape painting of the Ming and Qing dynasties, having crucial value for drawing from the past and inspiring future generations in the tradition of Chinese literati painting.
''Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains'' was completed around 1350, when Huang Gongwang was 82 years old. Passing down through the generations to the late Ming or early Qing dynasty, it was kept by Wu Hongyu. On his deathbed Wu consigned this painting to the flames, but fortunately a family member saved it. The scroll nevertheless suffered damage and was separated into two sections. The first part, known as ''The Remaining Mountain,'' is 51.4 centimeters long and now an important work in the Zhejiang Provincial Museum collection. The latter section, composed of six joined pieces of paper and measuring 636.9 centimeters long, entered the Qing imperial collection in 1746 and ranks as a national treasure of the National Palace Museum. For more than 360 years, these two sections of the original scroll have never been displayed together. In 2011, a special exhibition is held in Taiwan, so that these two treasures could be brought together for display. Through this recreation of the original appearance of ''Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains,'' audiences can reach a fuller understanding of this important masterpiece in Chinese art.