The characters in the following transcriptions are given at their original positions in the images. Please be aware of the directionality when reading these characters, which is generally from top to bottom, right to left.
庭植, artist's self-styled pseudonym.
Artist's real name. Three characters only:
- Right hand character is 「呉」 re-interpreted into a (non-standard?) seal script shape.「呉」is a variant of「吳」.
- Top left is 「東」.
Bottom left is too hard to see, although the two seals are probably identical to
in which case the character is 「槐」.
Thanks to @水巷孑蠻 who found these seals here, which record the name of a Qing Dynasty artist 吳東槐.
Note that I would consider this a non-standard way of writing「白」(bottom left-hand corner). This is equivalent to writing「自」and omitting one of the horizontal lines, but「白」and「自」are from completely different glyph origins.
(uncertain; corrections welcome)
This is part of the Tang Dynasty poem by Li Bai, given below: