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Ming dynasty

Ming dynasty 1368–1644

Ming Dynasty Painter Wen Boren 明文伯仁画选

By |五月 20th, 2015|Artist, Artwork, Chinese Traditional Painting, Imperial China, Landscape Painting, Ming dynasty, Paintings, Timeline|

  Wen Boren (文伯仁1502-1575), Chinese Ming Dynasty painter, was born in a literary family in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. His uncle is famous artist Wen Zhengming (文徵明1470-1559). Boren’s early years of learning, cultivation and painting skills were heavily influenced by Suzhou local culture traditions and Wen Zhengming. After his middle age, Wen Boren had traveled to

Ming Xuande Porcelain 明宣德瓷器

By |四月 19th, 2015|Artwork, Ceramics, Imperial China, Ming dynasty|

Ming Xuande Porcelain 明宣德瓷器 The Xuande Emperor (Chinese: 宣德帝, 1399 –  1435), personal name Zhu Zhanji (朱瞻基), was the fifth emperor of the Ming Dynasty of China from 1425 to 1435. Xuande porcelain is now considered among the finest of all Ming output.

Jade Carving in Ming and Qing Dynasty 明清玉雕

By |四月 7th, 2015|Artwork, Jade, Ming dynasty, Qing dynasty, Timeline|

Jade Carving in Ming and Qing Dynasty 明清玉雕

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Wen Zhengming Fan Painting and Calligraphy 文徵明扇面真迹

By |四月 2nd, 2015|Artwork, Ming dynasty, Paintings|

Wen Zhengming Fan Painting and Calligraphy 文徵明扇面真迹 Wen Zhengming (simplified Chinese: 文征明; traditional Chinese: 文徵明; pinyin: Wén Zhēngmíng; Wade–Giles: Wen Cheng-ming, 1470–1559) was a leading Ming dynasty painter, calligrapher, and scholar. Born in present-day Suzhou, he claimed to be a descendant of the Song dynasty prime minister and patriot Wen Tianxiang. Wen’s

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Chinese Ivory Carving

By |三月 3rd, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Ming dynasty, Modern China, Qin dynasty, Sculpture|

Chinese Ivory Carving Hunters and fishers of Paleolithic age already learned to make use of the inedible parts of their game and work these into simple tools or ornaments. Ivory went on to become an integrated and widely used component of Neolithic craft cultures, often made into items of ritual and religious purposes. Following

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The Art of Chinese Bamboo Carving

By |二月 26th, 2015|Artwork, Ming dynasty, Qing dynasty, Sculpture|

Chinese Bamboo Carving The status of the artisan class rose with social and economic progress. During mid-Ming, under the reigns of Zhengde (1501-1521) and Jiajing (1522-1565), different schools of carving arts emerged and established themselves in Wuzhong (吳中, Soochow or Suzhou 蘇州, Jiangsu Province) and its vicinities. Into late-Ming, Jinling (金陵, Nanking or Nanjing

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Chinese Cloisonné Art

By |二月 22nd, 2015|Applied Art, Artwork, Enamel Objects, Imperial China, Ming dynasty, Qing dynasty, Timeline, Yuan dynasty|

Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects by using vitreous enamel. It has been also inlayed of cut gemstones, glass, and other materials long time ago. The cloisonné enamel object is formed by first adding compartments (cloisons in French) to the metal object by soldering or adhering silver or gold wires

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Enamel Art II

By |二月 22nd, 2015|Applied Art, Artwork, Enamel Objects, Imperial China, Ming dynasty, Qing dynasty|

Cup with Orchid and Rock Designs in Enamels on a Pale Yellow Ground Yongzheng Reign (1723-1735), Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Late Yongzheng-era enamel porcelain combined poetry, prose, painting and seals into one graceful work of art. The interior is glazed white while the exterior has a yellow ground decorated with a design of rocks

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Enamel Art

By |二月 21st, 2015|Applied Art, Artwork, Enamel Objects, Imperial China, Ming dynasty, Qing dynasty, Timeline|

Metal vessels with a glassy coating on their surfaces are known as enamels or enamel wares. The techniques for their production, initially introduced into China from abroad, are similar to those of porcelains. In other words, the glaze is mainly composed of ingredients like quartz and feldspar that are heated into silicates. But

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