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Discourse on Poetry |   Gao Jian  (Chinese, 1634–after 1715)  Calligrapher: You Tong (Chinese, 1618–1704) Calligrapher: Song Zhi (Chinese, active 17th–18th century) Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Date: dated 1698

Gardens were often designed to embody the ideals of their owners. Paintings of gardens could take even greater license in conveying a man’s character by constructing symbols and metaphors drawn from elements of the natural environment

Snuff bottle with figure in a garden   Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911)  Date: 19th century  Culture: China  Medium: Amethyst

Snuff bottle with figure in a garden Period: Qing dynasty Date: century Culture: China Medium: Amethyst

Inside the Forbidden City, Beijing, China. The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty. It is located in the center of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum. (V)

inside the forbidden city, beijing, china. the forbidden city was the chinese imperial palace from the ming dynasty to the end of the qing dynasty. it is located in the center of beijing, china, and now houses the palace museum.

China, hanging scroll of court attendants in a garden and with calligraphy, Qing dynasty. Ink and colours on silk.

China, hanging scroll of court attendants in a garden and with calligraphy, Qing dynasty.

Ancient Chinese Painting from National Palace Museum, " Peonies " by Yun Shou-Ping, Qing Dynasty

Taiwan/ROC Maxicard : Issued Ancient Chinese Painting from National Palace Museum, " Peonies " by Yun Shou-Ping, Qing Dynasty

Metal vase with peony flowers and coiled dragons in painted enamels, with the mark and reign period of Emperor Yongzheng, Qing Dynasty, 1723-1735 AD.

Metal vase with peony flowers and coiled dragons in painted enamels, with the mark and reign period of Emperor Yongzheng, Qing Dynasty, AD.

Marks on Chinese Porcelain - The Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) and their reign marks

Empress Dowager Cixi After the death of Xianfeng in Zaichun, Nalashi's six-year-old son, succeeded to the throne under the reign title of Tongzhi so Nalashi was promoted to Empress Dowager with her honorary title Cixi.

A Famille-Verte 'Wild Flowers and Insects' Baluster Vase, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period

A Famille-Verte 'Wild Flowers and Insects' Baluster Vase, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period - Alain.

Panel with five phoenixes in a garden. Qing dynasty (1644–1911), from 18th century. Silk Tapestry. The bright yellow background, a color exclusive to the emperor, further confirms its imperial origins. The five phoenixes probably refer to the five species of this auspicious bird in Chinese myths. This piece is paired with another five-phoenix panel in The Met collection, and the set could represent the five ideal relationships (wulun) in Confucianism.

Panel with five phoenixes in a garden. Qing dynasty (1644–1911), from 18th century. Silk Tapestry. The bright yellow background, a color exclusive to the emperor, further confirms its imperial origins. The five phoenixes probably refer to the five species of this auspicious bird in Chinese myths. This piece is paired with another five-phoenix panel in The Met collection, and the set could represent the five ideal relationships (wulun) in Confucianism.

A BLACK AND WHITE JADE 'BEAUTIES IN A GARDEN' SNUFF BOTTLE SUZHOU SCHOOL, QING DYNASTY, LATE 18TH / 19TH CENTURY the white inclusion on one side used to highlight two beauties in a garden setting, one playing a qin while the other fans herself, the other side carved with a scene of Su Wu herding five goats picked out in gray

A black and white jade 'Beauties in a garden' snuff bottle, Suzhou School, Qing dynasty, late century

RP: Chinese export porcelain double wall teapot and cover, c. 1720, Kangxi reign, Qing dynasty... I like it's three-dimensionality with a pattern behind the white outer honeycomb punch work. Very pretty and unusual!. ~pb~

RP: Chinese export porcelain double wall teapot and cover, c. I like it's three-dimensionality with a pattern behind the white outer honeycomb punch work.

清-吴昌硕-富贵吉祥  Painted by the Qing Dynasty artist Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕.

Painted by the Qing Dynasty artist Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕. View paintings, artworks and galleries at Chinese Art Museum.

Qing Dynasty Chinese Stool

Seats with Style

These ceramic seats are a touch out of the ordinary, more of a show peace than a utilitarian seat. Garden stools have come indoors and they're more colorful and fun than you can imagine.

An ivory vase Qing dynasty, 19th century  of oval section carved in undercut relief with panels depicting two figures seated in a garden pavilion watching boys at play, reserved on a ground of floral scrolls between bands of stiff leaves and key fret, the waisted neck with two bat handles 17 cm high

An ivory vase Qing dynasty, century of oval section carved in undercut…

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