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ChineseArt Collection: Silk weaving on a wooden loom. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
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ChineseArt Collection: Boiling silkworm cocoons. Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese silk painting, c1650-1726
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ChineseArt Collection: Hydraulic machine used to power a foundray furnace. Sketch after a Chinese work of 1313
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese philosopher and founder of Taoism. Line drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Kylin, the celestial horse of Chinese mythology, similar to Pegasus
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ChineseArt Collection: Also known as the Three Pure Ones. Tao-Chun, Yu-Huang and Lao Tse. Line drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese government forces attacking a rebel stronghold at Tientsin during the Taiping Rebellion
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese philosopher and founder of Taoism. Line drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: SSU-MA CH IEN (c145-c85 B. C. )
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese Emperor Shih Huang Ti (259-210 B. C. ) mapping the Great Wall in sand. Chinese line drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Emperor of China, 1402-24. Ming Dynasty
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ChineseArt Collection: Emperor Ming Huang (712-756) and his famous concubine, Yang Kuei-fei, on horseback
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ChineseArt Collection: A war chariot of the type utilized by Genghis Khans Chinese opponents
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ChineseArt Collection: Also known as Ch in Shih Huang Ti or Cheng. Chinese emperor. The emperor maps the Great Wall in sand
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ChineseArt Collection: After an ancient Chinese brush drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: The Emperor of China with the nightingale. Drawing by Arthur Szyk for the fairy tale by Hans
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ChineseArt Collection: Portrait of Van-Ta-Zhin, a military mandarin. Lithograph published, 1797
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese soldier in full uniform: lithograph published, 1797, in London after a water-color by
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ChineseArt Collection: The Present from the Emperor of Japan. Drawing by Henry J. Ford for the fairy tale by Hans
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ChineseArt Collection: Brahman head; mural from the Buddhist monastery of Douldour-aqour, Xinjiang province
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ChineseArt Collection: Prince Siddhartha meets an old man and a sick man. Detail of a painting on silk, 10th century
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ChineseArt Collection: in His Common Dress. Lithograph, 1802, after a pen-and-wash drawing by George H. Mason
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese Astronomer, 1675
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese philosopher. Gouache on paper, c1770
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ChineseArt Collection: tower built in the 11th century. Water-driven gears rotate an armillary sphere and a celestial globe
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ChineseArt Collection: tower built in the 11th century. Water-driven gears rotate an armillary sphere and a celestial globe
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese philosopher. Conferring with dukes of the Chinese states. Chinese drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Also known as Ch in Shih Huang Ti or Cheng. Chinese emperor. Chinese drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Also known as Ch in Shih Huang Ti or Cheng. Chinese emperor. Chinese drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Also known as Mencius. Chinese philosopher: Chinese drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Qing dynasty ancestory portrait. Ink and color on paper, late 18th century, by unknown artist
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese empress of Huang Di. Xi Ling-Shi beside trays of silkworms
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ChineseArt Collection: (1711-1799). Chinese emperor (1736-1796). 19th century, painting on silk
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese emperor, 1661-1722. Painting on silk by an unidentified artist of the Ch ing Dynasty
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese poet and public official. By Chao Meng-fuy (Yuan Dynasty). Paper album leaf
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ChineseArt Collection: Disciple of Confucius. Paper album leaf
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese government forces attacking a rebel stronghold at Tientsin during the Taiping Rebellion
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ChineseArt Collection: Ch ien-Lung at a victory feast after Mohammedan campaign, 1760
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese Communist leader. Chinese oil painting
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ChineseArt Collection: Detail from Chinese painting on silk, 13th-14th century
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese philosopher. Chinese drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese astrologer and geomancer casting a horoscope. Chinese drawing
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ChineseArt Collection: U. S. Army forces in Peking (Beijing), China, to relieve the besieged legations, 1900
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ChineseArt Collection: Chinese girl suffering from smallpox: watercolor
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ChineseArt Collection: The sinking of the Chinese ship Kow-Shing by Japanese men-of-war, July 1894
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ChineseArt Collection: Naval battle between Japanese (with square flags) and Chinese (with pennant flags)
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ChineseArt Collection: Drawing after a Chinese bronze sculpture, from the Han Dynasty (206 B. C. - 220 A. D. )


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We are a leading provider of Art Prints and Photo Gifts since 2004, working in partnership with a range of Sporting Clubs, Charities, Museums and Picture Libraries. A large share of profits from any of their images will go directly towards supporting that charity or club. Our archive of images is carefully curated to bring you a wide range of subjects, including landscapes, wildlife, architecture, and more. We ship from our partner labs in the UK, USA, EU (Netherlands) and Australia.
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For quick and easy installation all wall art, including framed prints, canvas prints and metal prints are supplied with a ready to hang solution on the back. Generally, saw tooth hangers are applied as they allow wall art to hang flush against the wall. The serrated edge of the hanger prevents the frame from shifting or tilting when hung.
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Are the photo prints fade resistant?

Yes, we use archival quality photo paper photographic paper for vivid reproduction Prints are an accurate representations of the original artwork, which is preserved for artistic character and authenticity. We guarantee they match previews shown on our web site