Xu Yang was recruited as a court painter in 1751 and became one of the Qianlong Emperor’s leading artists, culminating with his being selected in 1764 to execute the Qianlong Southern Inspection Tour. This intimate fan painting shows Xu working in a miniaturist style and a decorative blue-and-green technique that differs markedly from his typically grand imperial commissions

Xu Yang was recruited as a court painter in 1751 and became one of the Qianlong Emperor’s leading artists, culminating with his being selected in 1764 to execute the Qianlong Southern Inspection Tour. This intimate fan painting shows Xu working in a miniaturist style and a decorative blue-and-green technique that differs markedly from his typically grand imperial commissions

PAIR OF IMPERIAL ALBUMS BY THE QIANLONG EMPEROR AFTER NI ZAN, INSET WITH JADE DISCS

PAIR OF IMPERIAL ALBUMS BY THE QIANLONG EMPEROR AFTER NI ZAN, INSET WITH JADE DISCS

Christie's Chinese vases Qianlong Emperor

'I think you need to sit down': woman learns Chinese vases valued at under £1,000 are rare £2m treasures

Qianlong Emperor (Chinese and Manchu).svg

Qianlong Emperor (Chinese and Manchu).svg

Imperial Wardrobe Gary Dickinson, Linda Wrigglesworth Ten Speed Press, 2000 - Art - 204 pages   In 1759, the Qianlong Emperor of China commissioned a catalog of comprehensive, illustrated regulations for ceremonial garments and accessories worn by the members of the imperial household. Not since the HUANGCHAO LIQI TUSHI was written have we seen a more stunning look at the colors, designs, and insignias of China's last imperial dynasty

Imperial Wardrobe Gary Dickinson, Linda Wrigglesworth Ten Speed Press, 2000 - Art - 204 pages In 1759, the Qianlong Emperor of China commissioned a catalog of comprehensive, illustrated regulations for ceremonial garments and accessories worn by the members of the imperial household. Not since the HUANGCHAO LIQI TUSHI was written have we seen a more stunning look at the colors, designs, and insignias of China's last imperial dynasty

Sedimentary-inkstones are made of mud that settled in rivers of Shanxi province. Purely for enjoyment, this set of inkstones has six shapes: round, oval, octagonal, rectangular, as well as shapes inspired by the Chinese character for wind (feng) and a traditional tile. Each inkstone has an incised poetic inscription by the Qianlong Emperor and a rose sandalwood case each with a jade inlay. On the cases, artists also carved the Qianlong Emperor's poems and gilded the characters. Both the six…

Sedimentary-inkstones are made of mud that settled in rivers of Shanxi province. Purely for enjoyment, this set of inkstones has six shapes: round, oval, octagonal, rectangular, as well as shapes inspired by the Chinese character for wind (feng) and a traditional tile. Each inkstone has an incised poetic inscription by the Qianlong Emperor and a rose sandalwood case each with a jade inlay. On the cases, artists also carved the Qianlong Emperor's poems and gilded the characters. Both the six…

File:The Buddhist deity Simhavaktra Dakini, China, Hebei Province, Qing Dynasty, reign of the Qianlong emperor, 1736-1795, dry lacquer inlaid with semiprecious stones, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.JPG

File:The Buddhist deity Simhavaktra Dakini, China, Hebei Province, Qing Dynasty, reign of the Qianlong emperor, 1736-1795, dry lacquer inlaid with semiprecious stones, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.JPG

This traditional-style ancestor portrait depicts the mother of the Qianlong emperor's first empress, who lived from 1711 to 1748. | Portrait of Lirongbao's Wife (fl. 17th century) 18th-19th century | Qing dynasty | Ink and color on silk | China | Purchase--Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and partial gift of Richard G. Pritzlaff | Arthur M. Sackler Gallery | S1991.129

This traditional-style ancestor portrait depicts the mother of the Qianlong emperor's first empress, who lived from 1711 to 1748. | Portrait of Lirongbao's Wife (fl. 17th century) 18th-19th century | Qing dynasty | Ink and color on silk | China | Purchase--Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and partial gift of Richard G. Pritzlaff | Arthur M. Sackler Gallery | S1991.129

Antique Chinese Cloisonne Incense Burner - Qianlong Emperor Mark #2063 - ChanoYu online shop

Antique Chinese Cloisonne Incense Burner - Qianlong Emperor Mark #2063

Antique Chinese Cloisonne Incense Burner - Qianlong Emperor Mark #2063 - ChanoYu online shop

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