Shanshui Chunquan ji 山水純全集 "Master Chunquan's collection on landscape [painting]" is a book on landscape painting written during the Northern Song period by Han Zhuo 韓拙 (c. 1100), courtesy name Chunquan 純全, style Qintang 琴堂, from Nanyang 南陽 (today Hebei province). He held several offices in the imperial collection of paintings.
The afterword of Zhang Huai 張懷 says that Han Zhuo was widely travelling through Song China to collect information on famous landscapes and to obtain impressions. His short book of 9 chapters discusses the painting of mountains, waters, forests and trees, stones, clouds, mist, fog and rain, persons, buildings and vehicles, the use of brush and ink to bring the right "energy and rhythm" (qi yun 氣韻) into the painting, and rules for rating the quality of paintings, and it closes with some words on older books on painting.
Han points at modes of measuring the dimensions of mountains and trees, and hold that there were strict orders as to the hierarchy (zhuke zunbei 主客尊卑) of mountains in a landscape, as well as a defined succession of light and shadow (yinyang nishun 陰陽逆順). But other elements of landscape had their own rules as well. Water, for instance, had a certain depth and velocity, while trees and other plants changed with the influence of seasons.
The author also discusses some theories in older writings, like Guo Si's 郭思 (c. 1100) Linquan gaozhi 林泉高致. His book is included in the series Hanhai 函海, Wangshi shuhua yuan 王氏書畫苑, Duhuazhai congshu 讀畫齋叢書, Shuofu 說郛, Siku quanshu 四庫全書 and Meishu congshu 美術叢書.