I have inherited a beautiful Chinese silk artwork. I would like to know what age it is and what the script and seal mean. Much appreciated if anyone can help
The Title is
江南春曉 pronounced Jiang Nan Chun Xiao
江 mean river, most used for Changjiang River in China: Asia longest and the world third longest river
南 mean south or southern
春 mean spring
曉 mean morning or dawn
So 江南春曉 mean A Spring Morning in Southern China
The script beside the title is
己亥 is a kind of Chinese calendar to name the year, it cycle every 60 years, so it can mean 1059，1119，1179，1239，1299，1359，1419，1479，1539，1599，1659，1719，1779，1839，1899，1959，2019, if the painting is created in Qing dynasty (AD 1644–1911) it can mean any of the following year 1659，1719，1779，1839，1899 Click for More info
永 mean forever
秋 mean autumn
永秋 I am not sure but it can be the name of the painter.
逸之 is like Best Regards in English letter.
For the seal it contain two characters, on the left side it has 山 which mean mountain, I can't identify the character on the right.
the four bigger characters are "江南春曉"
in which "江南" referring to "lands immediately to the south of the lower reaches of the yangtze river"
"春曉" means "mornings of the spring"
the smaller characters are "己亥初秋逸ｘ" (ｘ: not yet identified)
己亥 is one of the sexagenary cycle, in marking year, it's 2019-60i, e.g. 2019, 1959, 1899, 1839 . . .
"初秋" means early autumn
"初" is the best i can guess, might be wrong :)
"逸ｘ" is, most likely, the name of the painter.
in the seal, i suspected the right one is "茂", and, the left character is "山".
Regarding the seal
it is perhaps: