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Background imageChinese Art Collection: Landscape After the Rain, by Kao K o-kung (1248-1310). Yuan dynasty

Landscape After the Rain, by Kao K o-kung (1248-1310). Yuan dynasty
CHINA: LANDSCAPE. Landscape After the Rain, by Kao K o-kung (1248-1310). Yuan dynasty

Background imageChinese Art Collection: The Emperor of China with the nightingale. Drawing by Arthur Szyk for the fairy tale by Hans

The Emperor of China with the nightingale. Drawing by Arthur Szyk for the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen
ANDERSEN: THE NIGHTINGALE. The Emperor of China with the nightingale. Drawing by Arthur Szyk for the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen

Background imageChinese Art Collection: The triumphal entry of Han emperor Liu Bang into the imperial capital of Chang an, 202 B. C

The triumphal entry of Han emperor Liu Bang into the imperial capital of Chang an, 202 B. C
CHINA: HAN EMPEROR. The triumphal entry of Han emperor Liu Bang into the imperial capital of Chang an, 202 B.C. Detail from a silk scroll painting by Chao Po-Chu, Sung Dynasty, 12th century

Background imageChinese Art Collection: A Mongol groom leading a horse to be presented as tribute to the Chinese court

A Mongol groom leading a horse to be presented as tribute to the Chinese court
CHINA: HORSE AND GROOM. A Mongol groom leading a horse to be presented as tribute to the Chinese court. Detail of a painted handscroll by Chao Yung, Yuan Dynasty, 1347

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Ch ien Lung, Ch ing emperor of China (1736-1796), riding in a dragon-drawn celestial carriage as

Ch ien Lung, Ch ing emperor of China (1736-1796), riding in a dragon-drawn celestial carriage as he receives Portuguese
CH IEN LUNG & AMBASSADORS. Ch ien Lung, Ch ing emperor of China (1736-1796), riding in a dragon-drawn celestial carriage as he receives Portuguese ambassadors, who are bearing gifts of tribute

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: HARVESTING RICE. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Chinese philosopher. Conferring with dukes of the Chinese states. Chinese drawing

Chinese philosopher. Conferring with dukes of the Chinese states. Chinese drawing
CONFUCIUS (c551-479 B.C.). Chinese philosopher. Conferring with dukes of the Chinese states. Chinese drawing

Background imageChinese Art Collection: CHINA: PARAKEET. Detail from Five Colored Parakeet on Blossoming Apricot Tree

CHINA: PARAKEET. Detail from Five Colored Parakeet on Blossoming Apricot Tree, a painted silk handscroll by Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty, c1115

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond, by a peasant painter of Huhsien, c1970

Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond, by a peasant painter of Huhsien, c1970
CHINA: PEASANT ART, c1970. Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond, by a peasant painter of Huhsien, c1970

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. Left detail of a painted silk handscroll

Equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. Left detail of a painted silk handscroll, Yuan or early Ming Dynasty
CHINA: HORSE RIDERS. Equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. Left detail of a painted silk handscroll, Yuan or early Ming Dynasty, 13th-15th century, after Chao Meng Fu (1254-1322)

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Women drawing out silk threads (left) and beating silk fibers in a trough with flails

Women drawing out silk threads (left) and beating silk fibers in a trough with flails
CHINA: SILK MANUFACTURE. Women drawing out silk threads (left) and beating silk fibers in a trough with flails. Detail from Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Women ironing a completed bolt of silk cloth. Detail from Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk

Women ironing a completed bolt of silk cloth. Detail from Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk
CHINA: SILK MANUFACTURE. Women ironing a completed bolt of silk cloth. Detail from Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk, a painted silk handscroll attributed to Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty

Background imageChinese Art Collection: A palace of the T ang Dynasty beside a lake. Painted silk hanging scroll, Yuan Dynasty, 1279-1368

A palace of the T ang Dynasty beside a lake. Painted silk hanging scroll, Yuan Dynasty, 1279-1368
CHINA: PALACE. A palace of the T ang Dynasty beside a lake. Painted silk hanging scroll, Yuan Dynasty, 1279-1368

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Prince Siddhartha Gautama encounters an old man, a sick man, a decaying corpse

Prince Siddhartha Gautama encounters an old man, a sick man, a decaying corpse, and a wandering ascetic
BUDDHA: FOUR ENCOUNTERS. Prince Siddhartha Gautama encounters an old man, a sick man, a decaying corpse, and a wandering ascetic. Painting on silk, 10th century, from Tun Huang, Gansu province, China

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Yang Kuei-fei, concubine of Emperor Ming Huang (712-756), mounting a horse

Yang Kuei-fei, concubine of Emperor Ming Huang (712-756), mounting a horse
CHINA: CONCUBINE & HORSE. Yang Kuei-fei, concubine of Emperor Ming Huang (712-756), mounting a horse. Detail from a late 13th century copy, by Chien Shuan, of a T ang Dynasty scroll

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Lacquered panel of a cabinet with dragon, phoenix, and floral design, from the reign of Xuande

Lacquered panel of a cabinet with dragon, phoenix, and floral design, from the reign of Xuande. Ming Dynasty, 1426-1435
CHINA: LACQUERED PANEL. Lacquered panel of a cabinet with dragon, phoenix, and floral design, from the reign of Xuande. Ming Dynasty, 1426-1435

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Chinese government forces attacking a rebel stronghold during the Taiping Rebellion, 1851-64

Chinese government forces attacking a rebel stronghold during the Taiping Rebellion, 1851-64
CHINA: TAIPING REBELLION. Chinese government forces attacking a rebel stronghold during the Taiping Rebellion, 1851-64. Contemporary Chinese painting

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Archers in China defending a fortified house against attackers armed with spears

Archers in China defending a fortified house against attackers armed with spears. Watercolor on silk, c1820
CHINA: ARCHERS, c1820. Archers in China defending a fortified house against attackers armed with spears. Watercolor on silk, c1820

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Mounted warriors riding through a mountain pass in China. Watercolor on silk, c1820

Mounted warriors riding through a mountain pass in China. Watercolor on silk, c1820
CHINA: WARRIORS, c1820. Mounted warriors riding through a mountain pass in China. Watercolor on silk, c1820

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Scene in the outer courtyard of the Forbidden City, Peking, China

Scene in the outer courtyard of the Forbidden City, Peking, China, on the return of Emperor K ang Hsi from his
CHINA: FORBIDDEN CITY. Scene in the outer courtyard of the Forbidden City, Peking, China, on the return of Emperor K ang Hsi from his inspection tour in the lower Yangtze River basin in 1689

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Scene in the outer courtyard of the Forbidden City, Peking, China

Scene in the outer courtyard of the Forbidden City, Peking, China, on the return of Emperor K ang Hsi from his
CHINA: FORBIDDEN CITY. Scene in the outer courtyard of the Forbidden City, Peking, China, on the return of Emperor K ang Hsi from his inspection tour in the lower Yangtze River basin in 1689

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday

Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday
K ANG-HSI (1654-1722). Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Right detail of a painted silk scroll, early 18th century

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday

Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday
K ANG-HSI (1654-1722). Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Center detail of a painted silk scroll, early 18th century

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday

Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday
K ANG-HSI (1654-1722). Emperor of China, 1661-1722. K ang Hsi entering Peking on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Left detail of a painted silk scroll, early 18th century

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Yang Ti, Sui emperor of China (604-618), and his fleet of sailing craft

Yang Ti, Sui emperor of China (604-618), and his fleet of sailing craft, including a dragon boat being pulled along
CHINA: EMPEROR AND BOATS. Yang Ti, Sui emperor of China (604-618), and his fleet of sailing craft, including a dragon boat being pulled along the Grand Canal. Painted silk scroll, 18th century

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Ch ien Lung, Qing emperor of China (1736-1796), on a deer hunt

Ch ien Lung, Qing emperor of China (1736-1796), on a deer hunt. Painted silk scroll, mid-18th century
CHINA: DEER HUNT. Ch ien Lung, Qing emperor of China (1736-1796), on a deer hunt. Painted silk scroll, mid-18th century, by Lang Shih-Ning (1688-1766), the assumed name of Giuseppe Castiglione

Background imageChinese Art Collection: K ang Hsi, Ch ing emperor of China (1661-1722), on an inspection tour in the south

K ang Hsi, Ch ing emperor of China (1661-1722), on an inspection tour in the south. Painted silk scroll, 1689
CHINA: INSPECTION TOUR. K ang Hsi, Ch ing emperor of China (1661-1722), on an inspection tour in the south. Painted silk scroll, 1689

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Mongol khan and founder of Mongol dynasty in China. Chinese painting

Mongol khan and founder of Mongol dynasty in China. Chinese painting
KUBLAI KHAN (1216-1294). Mongol khan and founder of Mongol dynasty in China. Chinese painting

Background imageChinese Art Collection: The T ang emperor Ming Huang (712-756) instructing his son, the crown prince (lower right)

The T ang emperor Ming Huang (712-756) instructing his son, the crown prince (lower right)
CHINA: EMPEROR AND PRINCE. The T ang emperor Ming Huang (712-756) instructing his son, the crown prince (lower right). Detail from a painted silk scroll, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Chinese porcelain vase from the reign of Emperor K ang Hsi (1661-1722)

Chinese porcelain vase from the reign of Emperor K ang Hsi (1661-1722), featuring an image of ladies painting a scroll
CHINA: PORCELAIN VASE. Chinese porcelain vase from the reign of Emperor K ang Hsi (1661-1722), featuring an image of ladies painting a scroll

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Boats in the Pearl River off Canton, China. Oil, c1845

Boats in the Pearl River off Canton, China. Oil, c1845
CHINA: CANTON, c1845. Boats in the Pearl River off Canton, China. Oil, c1845

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Painted fan depicting the foreign factories on the waterfront at Canton, China, c1825

Painted fan depicting the foreign factories on the waterfront at Canton, China, c1825
CHINA: PAINTED TRAY, c1825. Painted fan depicting the foreign factories on the waterfront at Canton, China, c1825

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Background imageChinese Art Collection: A Chinese wiseman holding a sword and riding on the back of a tiger

A Chinese wiseman holding a sword and riding on the back of a tiger. Color woodcut, mid 18th to mid 19th century
CHINESE WISEMAN. A Chinese wiseman holding a sword and riding on the back of a tiger. Color woodcut, mid 18th to mid 19th century

Background imageChinese Art Collection: A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers

A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers and Japanese General Major Odera in a snowstorm at
SINO JAPANESE WAR, c1895. A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers and Japanese General Major Odera in a snowstorm at Weihaiwei Bay, resulting in Oderas death

Background imageChinese Art Collection: A Chinese sage sitting on a bench beneath banana trees, with servants preparing a meal

A Chinese sage sitting on a bench beneath banana trees, with servants preparing a meal
CHINA: PHILOSOPHER. A Chinese sage sitting on a bench beneath banana trees, with servants preparing a meal. Chinese painting on silk, c1700-1850

Background imageChinese Art Collection: A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers

A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers and Japanese General Major Odera on horseback in a
SINO JAPANESE WAR, c1895. A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers and Japanese General Major Odera on horseback in a snowstorm at Weihaiwei Bay, resulting in Oderas death

Background imageChinese Art Collection: The true nightingale sings to the Emperor. Drawing by Henry J

The true nightingale sings to the Emperor. Drawing by Henry J. Ford for an 1894 edition of the fairy tale The
ANDERSEN: THE NIGHTINGALE. The true nightingale sings to the Emperor. Drawing by Henry J. Ford for an 1894 edition of the fairy tale The Nightingale, by Hans Christian Andersen

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Cultivated silkworms are graded. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Cultivated silkworms are graded. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: SILK PRODUCTION. Cultivated silkworms are graded. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Picking mulberry leaves for silkworm culture. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Picking mulberry leaves for silkworm culture. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: SILK PRODUCTION. Picking mulberry leaves for silkworm culture. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: SILK PRODUCTION. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Silk weaving on a wooden loom. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Silk weaving on a wooden loom. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: SILK WEAVING. Silk weaving on a wooden loom. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Silk weaving on a wooden loom. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Silk weaving on a wooden loom. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: SILK WEAVING. Silk weaving on a wooden loom. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Boiling silkworm cocoons. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Boiling silkworm cocoons. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: SILK PRODUCTION. Boiling silkworm cocoons. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
CHINA: SOWING RICE. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Officials of several Chinese cities compose essays designed to demonstrate their knowledge of

Officials of several Chinese cities compose essays designed to demonstrate their knowledge of Confucian texts
CHINA: CONFUCIAN SCHOLARS. Officials of several Chinese cities compose essays designed to demonstrate their knowledge of Confucian texts, at the court of T ang emperor Ming Huang (712-756)

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Hydraulic machine used to power a foundray furnace. Sketch after a Chinese work of 1313

Hydraulic machine used to power a foundray furnace. Sketch after a Chinese work of 1313
CHINESE FOUNDRY, 1313. Hydraulic machine used to power a foundray furnace. Sketch after a Chinese work of 1313

Background imageChinese Art Collection: Chinese philosopher and founder of Taoism. Line drawing

Chinese philosopher and founder of Taoism. Line drawing
LAO-TZU (c604-531 B.C.). Chinese philosopher and founder of Taoism. Line drawing



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