Ink Serendipity of the Ou Studio: The Rubbing Collection of the Epigraphist Zhu Yi'an
Studies in bronze and stone inscriptions (
, a type of epigraphy, which is the study of inscriptions) have flourished since the Qianjia era (the Qianlong and Jiaqing reigns, 1736...
Dynastic Paintings and Calligraphy in the Palace Museum Collection (9th Rotation)
Chinese painting and calligraphic art enjoy a long history. Both were derived from primitive symbols, nourished by Chinese civilization, executed with the same tools, i.e., brush pen, ink, paper, ...
Yongzheng's Screen of Twelve Beauties
While the Yongzheng Emperor (r. 1723-1735) was still a prince, he commissioned this beautiful set of paintings for the purpose of decorating a screen in the Deep Willows Reading Hall, a study...
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