Chinese Surrealism Artist - Leng Jun (冷军) Leng Jun (冷军), was born in 1963 in Sichuan. In 1984, he graduated from the fine arts department of Hankou Branch of Wuhan Normal College. Leng Jun is currently the vice president of Wuhan Paintings Academy. His works have participated in various domestic and international exhibitions, and
How a Silk Painting was Made Recreating a figure from a Chinese painting in the gongbi style （claborate-style painting）. Gongbi paintings are characterised by meticulous brushwork and highly coloured palettes.
China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art 美国大都会博物馆中国文物精品
Chinese Art - Rhino Horn Carving (犀角雕） Today rhinoceroses no longer roam around on the landscape of China Proper along the lower region of the Yellow River. However, once they were very active during the prehistoric times in both northern and southern parts of China. Over the recent years archaeologists have found relics of
Chinese Ceramics - Famille Noire 素三彩 Mille Verte, ( French: “green family”) group of Chinese porcelain wares characterized by decoration painted in a colour range that includes yellow, blue, red, purple, and green, the latter sometimes used for the ground. The verte palette that uses a yellow ground is famille jaune; the palette that
The Chinese Art of Yixing Zisha -Master Gu Jing Zhou (顾景舟） Gu Jing Zhou (顾景舟,1915-1996) is the one of the most famous Yixing Zisha artists and master of Zisha teapot. He is member of the Chinese Artists Association and the Chinese Arts Master. Gu Jing Zhou learned the ceramic art in 18 years old. During
Qianlong Tianhuang Seal Set - Nine Reading Orders 田黄九读印 Nine Reading Orders 九读 is a famous Qianlong imperial seal set which is collected in Taiwan Palace Museum. The seal set consists of nine separate seals which are made of nine precious Tianhuang stones（田黄）. It is one of the most favorite collectors of Emperor Qianlong in
25 Imperial Seals of Qing Dynasty (清代御玺） Chinese ancestors began engraving pictographs on tortoise shells and animal bones as early as the 14th century BC. The practice later expanded to include bronze wares and marble slabs. These impressions were the forerunners of seals, which functioned first of all as business credentials