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十全乾隆:清高宗的藝術品位 國立故宮博物院
Shiquan Qianlong: Qing Gaozong de Yishu Pinwei
The All Complete Qianlong: a Special Exhibition on the Aesthetic Tastes of the Qing Emperor Gaozong
National Palace Museum

This exhibition catalog is divided into three sections based on the above exhibition, comprising “Taste and Cultivation,” “Connoisseurship and Production,” and “Life and Art.” The “Taste and Cultivation” section introduces Emperor Qianlong’s training at a young age that contributed to his ...

  定州花瓷:院藏定窯系白瓷特展 國立故宮博物院
Dingzhou Huaci: Yuancang Dingyao xi Baici Tezhan
The Decorated Porcelains of Dingzhou: White Ding Wares from the Collection of the National Palace Museum
National Palace Museum

The Ding wares are one of the most important white porcelains in Chinese ceramics history. They have earned the name because they had come from the Ding prefecture (present-day Quyang in the Hebei province). The Decorated Porcelains of Dingzhou: White Ding Wares from the Collection of the ...

     
Uncanny Ingenuity and Celestial Feats -- The Carvings of Ming and Qing Dynasties: Ivory and Rhinoceros Horn

Chi, Jo-hsin

The majority of Ming and Qing carvings now held by the National Palace Museum came from the Qing Palace, and their ingenuous workmanship often absolutely astound visitors. With the "Carvings of Ming and Qing Dynasties" exhibition, the National Palace Museum has also published this fine ...

  Uncanny Ingenuity and Celestial Feats -- The Carvings of Ming and Qing Dynasties: Bamboo, Wood, and Fruit Stones

Chi, Jo-hsin

The majority of Ming and Qing carvings now held by the National Palace Museum came from the Qing Palace, and their ingenuous workmanship often absolutely astound visitors. With the "Carvings of Ming and Qing Dynasties" exhibition, the National Palace Museum has also published this fine ...

     
明四大家特展:文徵明 國立故宮博物院
Four Great Masters of the Ming Dynasty: Wen Zhengming

National Palace Museum

Wen Zhengming was a native of Changzhou (modern Suzhou in Jiangsu). Originally named Bi, Wen Zhengming later went by his style name Zhengzhong; he also had the sobriquets Hengshan jushi and Tingyunsheng. This exhibit is divided into two sections that demonstrate Wen Zhengming's calligraphy and ...

  Ancient Chinese Bronzes: A Personal Appreciation

Shapiro, Daniel

This book offers readers the unique opportunity to see Daniel Shapiro’s astonishing collection of ancient Chinese Shang dynasty bronze ritual vessels. The mystery and beauty of these bronzes, which date back to 1200 BCE, is captured in dramatic large-format illustrations both in color and in ...

     
陶瓷手記2-亞洲視野下的中國陶瓷文化史 谢明良
Taoci Shouji 2: Yazhou Shiye xia de Zhongguo Taoci Wenhua Shi
Notes on Ceramics 2. Cultural History of Chinese Ceramics - An Asian Perspective
Hsieh, Ming-liang
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  Art in Quest of Heaven and Truth -- Chinese Jades through the Ages

National Palace Museum

In cerebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Republic, the National Palace Museum presents this special exhibition which showcases over 470 pieces of Chinese jade through the ages, and one third of them are shown for the very first time ever to the public.

     


Orientations
Orientations June 2014

Arts of Asia
Arts of Asia July-August 2014

Textiles Asia Journal
Textiles Asia Journal May 2014 Volume 6, Issue 1

International Netsuke Society
International Netsuke Society Journal Volume 33 No. 4 Winter 2014

 


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