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Qing dynasty

Qing dynasty 1644–1911

Huang Shiling Seal Collections 黄士陵印谱

By |五月 14th, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Qing dynasty, Seals, Timeline|

Royal Seal Collections of Emperor Qianlong 乾隆御玺

By |四月 19th, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Qing dynasty, Seals, Timeline|

Royal Seal Collections of Emperor Qianlong 乾隆御玺

Shi Tao Chinese Bamboo and Stone Painting 石涛竹石图

By |四月 16th, 2015|Artist, Artwork, Imperial China, Paintings, Qing dynasty, Timeline|

Shi Tao Chinese Bamboo and Stone Painting 石涛竹石图 Shi Tao (simplified Chinese: 石涛; traditional Chinese: 石濤; pinyin: Shí Tāo; Wade–Giles: Shih T'ao); (1642–1707), born Zhu Ruoji (朱若極) was a Chinese landscape painter and poet during the early part of the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911). Born in Quanzhou County in Guangxi province, Shi Tao was a

Emperor Yongzhen’s Bao Sou(Seals Collection) 雍正宝薮

By |四月 10th, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Qing dynasty, Seals, Timeline|

Emperor Yongzhen's Bao Sou(Seals Collection) 雍正宝薮 The so-called "Bao Sou "(宝薮) is a brochure that bearing an emperor’s seals collection. Before the Qing Dynasty there was no such a term called " Bao Sou " and the term was said to be the invention of the Emperor Qianlong. The earnest Bao Sou should be made in the

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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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Chinese Ceramics – Famille Noire 素三彩

By |三月 30th, 2015|Artwork, Ceramics, Featured Post, Imperial China, Qing dynasty, Timeline|

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

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Qianlong Tianhuang Seal Set

By |三月 29th, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Qing dynasty, Seals|

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

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Chinese Seal Art- 25 Imperial Seals of Qing Dynasty

By |三月 28th, 2015|Artwork, Qing dynasty, Seals, Timeline|

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

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Chinese Art- Precious Stone Bonsais & Potted Landscapes 宝石盆景

By |三月 28th, 2015|Applied Art, Decoration Art, Imperial China, Qing dynasty, Timeline|

Chinese Precious Stone Bonsai & Potted Landscapes Precious stone bonsais were wildly used in Qing Dynasty palace furnishings to bring grand palace splendid living environment. In the north of China, there are four distinctive seasons. During cold winter season, Precious stone bonsai looks like never withered plant and fruit bonsai and keeps a fresh and

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Chinese Lacquerware Art- Carved Lacquerware

By |三月 21st, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Lacquer Ware, Qing dynasty|

The lacquerware has a very long history in China. The earliest acquer-painted black pottery objects existed during the Neolithic Age. Ancient Chinese found that the sap of lacquer trees had a strong adhesive quality as well as a beautiful gloss. The raw lacquer was used as a protective, adhesive, and beautifying agent for utensils. Before

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