Queen Victoria's Saloon on her private train, National Railway Museum
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Ma Yuan(馬遠) , (传)马远 诗经豳风图卷 美国克利夫兰美术馆藏. Aside from landscapes, Ma's surviving oeuvre includes many different types of works. These include a number of delicate flower paintings (National Palace Museum, Taipei), a series of paintings of water and mountains (Palace Museum, Beijing), some paintings of Zen masters (two kept in Tenryū-ji, Kyoto), etc.

Ma Yuan(馬遠) , (传)马远 诗经豳风图卷 美国克利夫兰美术馆藏. Aside from landscapes, Ma's surviving oeuvre includes many different types of works. These include a number of delicate flower paintings (National Palace Museum, Taipei), a series of paintings of water and mountains (Palace Museum, Beijing), some paintings of Zen masters (two kept in Tenryū-ji, Kyoto), etc.

https://flic.kr/p/fXTAWK | Wu Li (1632-1718) - 1668 Green Mountains and White Clouds (National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan) | Handscroll, ink and colors on silk:   25.9 x 117.2 cm.   Wu Li (simplified Chinese: 吴历; traditional Chinese: 吳歷; pinyin: Wú Lì); ca. 1632-1718 was a Chinese landscape painter and poet during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912).  Wu was born in Changsu in the Jiangsu province.[1] His style name was 'Yu Shan' and his sobriquet was 'Mojing Daoren'. Wu was taught poetry by…

https://flic.kr/p/fXTAWK | Wu Li (1632-1718) - 1668 Green Mountains and White Clouds (National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan) | Handscroll, ink and colors on silk: 25.9 x 117.2 cm. Wu Li (simplified Chinese: 吴历; traditional Chinese: 吳歷; pinyin: Wú Lì); ca. 1632-1718 was a Chinese landscape painter and poet during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912). Wu was born in Changsu in the Jiangsu province.[1] His style name was 'Yu Shan' and his sobriquet was 'Mojing Daoren'. Wu was taught poetry by…

"Crossing Rivers", Layered Mountains (重江疊嶂圖) Zhao Mengfu (趙孟頫, 1254-1322), Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368) Handscroll, ink on paper, 28.4 x 176.4 cm, National Palace Museum, Taipei, China

"Crossing Rivers", Layered Mountains (重江疊嶂圖) Zhao Mengfu (趙孟頫, 1254-1322), Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368) Handscroll, ink on paper, 28.4 x 176.4 cm, National Palace Museum, Taipei, China

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Xiao Yi Acquiring the "Orchid Pavilion Preface" by Deception (蕭翼賺蘭亭圖)    Yan Liben (閻立本, ca.601-673), Tang Dynasty (618-907)    Handscroll, ink and colors on silk, 27.4 x 64.7 cm, National Palace Museum, Taipei

Xiao Yi Acquiring the "Orchid Pavilion Preface" by Deception (蕭翼賺蘭亭圖) Yan Liben (閻立本, ca.601-673), Tang Dynasty (618-907) Handscroll, ink and colors on silk, 27.4 x 64.7 cm, National Palace Museum, Taipei

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Many versions of the painting 清明上河圖 "Up the River During Qingming" have survived over the ages. Alone in the National Palace Museum in Taipei are eight, the most famous of which is the “Qing Court Version (清院本)”. This handscroll was completed through the effort and cooperation of five Qing dynasty court artists - Chen Mei (陳枚), Sun Hu (孫祜), Jin Kun (金昆), Dai Hong (戴洪), and Cheng Zhidao (程志道).

Many versions of the painting 清明上河圖 "Up the River During Qingming" have survived over the ages. Alone in the National Palace Museum in Taipei are eight, the most famous of which is the “Qing Court Version (清院本)”. This handscroll was completed through the effort and cooperation of five Qing dynasty court artists - Chen Mei (陳枚), Sun Hu (孫祜), Jin Kun (金昆), Dai Hong (戴洪), and Cheng Zhidao (程志道).

This artifact from the Qing Dynasty, which resembles a piece of stewed pork — a Chinese delicacy — will be shown at the Kyushu National Museum in Dazaifu, Fukuoka Prefecture, for two weeks later this year. It will be on loan from the National Palace Museum in Taipei. | NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM/KYODO

This artifact from the Qing Dynasty, which resembles a piece of stewed pork — a Chinese delicacy — will be shown at the Kyushu National Museum in Dazaifu, Fukuoka Prefecture, for two weeks later this year. It will be on loan from the National Palace Museum in Taipei. | NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM/KYODO

Logo - Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum / 商標 - 故宮南院

Logo - Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum / 商標 - 故宮南院

China, Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Stone: jasper; stand: gold. National Palace Museum, Taipei, Guza 000178 Lü-413. Photograph © National Palace Museum, ...

China, Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Stone: jasper; stand: gold. National Palace Museum, Taipei, Guza 000178 Lü-413. Photograph © National Palace Museum, ...

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