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Chu Teh Chun Oil Painting 朱德群油画

By |五月 5th, 2015|Artist, Artwork, Featured Post, Oil Painting, Paintings|

Chu Teh-Chun or Zhu Dequn (24 October 1920 – 26 March 2014) was a Chinese-French abstract painter acclaimed for his pioneering style integrating traditional Chinese painting techniques with Western abstract art. Chu and his schoolmates Wu Guanzhong and Zao Wou-Ki were dubbed the "Three Musketeers" of modernist Chinese artists trained in China and France. He

Yunnan Black Copper With Silver Inlay 云南乌铜走银

By |五月 5th, 2015|Artwork, Featured Post, Metal Objects|

Yunnan Black Copper with Silver Inlay (乌铜走银) is a unique, sophisticated and accomplished copper handmade crafts with nearly 300 years of history, founded in Yunnan Shiping County in Qing Yongzheng period. In order to make black copper with silver inlay artworks, various patterns or pictures are first engraved on the copper base object by the

Tang Zhiyi Lacquer Art 汤志义漆艺

By |五月 3rd, 2015|Artwork, Lacquer Ware, Modern China, Timeline|

Jin Wangxun Boyuan Tie 晋王珣伯远帖

By |五月 3rd, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Jin|

Wang Xun (350-401), Jin dynasty (265-420) Undated, handscroll, ink on paper, 25.1 × 17.2 cm This set of letters by Wang Xun is the only authentic signed work from the Jin dynasty. Written in an easy and free style, it is a letter to Boyuan. Wang Xun excelled at running-cursive script. In the Southern Song

Wang Xizhi Calligraphy Pingan Tie (Complete Scroll) 王羲之平安帖全卷

By |五月 3rd, 2015|Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

The caoshu (cursive script) calligraphy piece Ping'an Tie (Safety Wish Script), by Wang Xizhi, a renowned calligrapher of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420), was recognized as a most valuable master piece, once praised by Emperor Qianlong and had been owned by many famous collectors in history. Wang Xizhi, who lived in the Jin Dynasty around

How did a Chinese Traditional house be built (BY 3D max)

By |五月 3rd, 2015|Videos|

World Heritage Wonders – Yungang Grottoes

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Videos|

The Yungang Grottoes (simplified Chinese: 云冈石窟; traditional Chinese: 雲崗石窟; pinyin: Yúngāng Shíkū; Wuzhoushan Grottoes in ancient time) are ancient Chinese Buddhist temple grottoes near the city of Datong in the province of Shanxi. They are excellent examples of rock-cut architecture and one of the three most famous ancient Buddhist sculptural sites of China. The others

Chinese traditional architectural craftsmanship for timber-framed structures

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Videos|

Description: Standing as distinctive symbols of Chinese architectural culture, timber-framed structures are found throughout the country. The wooden components such as the columns, beams, purlins, lintel and bracket sets are connected by tenon joints in a flexible, earthquake-resistant way. The surprisingly strong frames can be installed quickly at the building site by assembling components manufactured

Wang Xizhi “Sheng Jiao Xu” 王羲之圣教序

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

"Da Tang Sanzang Sheng Jiao Xu" 《大唐三藏圣教序》 is an inscription written by Li Shimin (597-649, an emperor in Tang Dynasty) to memorialize Chinese famous Buddhist monk Xuanzang (玄奘596-664 Tang Dynasty). "Da Tang Sanzang Sheng Jiao Xu" was first written in calligraphy by Chu Suiliang (褚遂良596-658, a famous calligrapher active in Tang Dynasty) and engraved by

Qiu Qijing Jade Carving 邱启敬玉雕

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Artist, Artwork, Featured Post, Jade, Modern China, Timeline|

Stones Having Body Temperature: The Statuary Art of QIU Qi-jing GU Zhen-qing QIU Qi-Jing employs jade, intelligent one in Chinese tradition, instead of plain rock, and endows stones with concrete, true-to-life temperature. Holding Chinese art tradition of “aesthetic Odes” in high esteem, he transforms survival reality under current consumerism into leisurely human sentiments, and lays