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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


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


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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

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

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Arrival Birthday Carrying Celebration Chinese Ching Dynasty Cityscape Detail Emperor Entertainment Entrance Excitement Horsemen Pavilion Peking Procession Reception Riding Scroll Sedan Chair Silk Spectator Welcome


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This print captures a significant moment in Chinese history - the grand entrance of Emperor Kang Hsi into Peking on his 60th birthday. Taken from a center detail of a painted silk scroll dating back to the early 18th century, this image offers us a glimpse into the opulent celebrations and vibrant cityscape of that time. The scene is filled with excitement and anticipation as horsemen lead the way for the emperor's procession through the streets. The crowd eagerly awaits his arrival, lining up along buildings adorned with intricate architectural details. The emperor himself can be seen riding in a splendid sedan chair, carried by attendants dressed in traditional attire. As we delve deeper into this artwork, we are drawn to its fine artistry and attention to detail. The painting skillfully depicts every element - from the majestic horses pulling carriages to spectators gazing in awe at their beloved ruler. In the background, pavilions stand tall against an expansive skyline, adding depth and grandeur to this magnificent composition. This print not only showcases historical significance but also serves as a testament to Chinese culture during the Ching Dynasty. It allows us to immerse ourselves in an era marked by celebration, entertainment, and reverence for their esteemed leader.

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