Qianlong Emperor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Qianlong Emperor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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

The Qianlong Emperor in ceremonial armor on horseback.  The Qianlong Emperor is wearing his dress war helmet, which is inlaid with pearls, tourmaline and ruby gem stones, Qianlong period (1736 AD-1795 AD), Qing Dynasty.

The Qianlong Emperor in ceremonial armor on horseback. The Qianlong Emperor is wearing his dress war helmet, which is inlaid with pearls, tourmaline and ruby gem stones, Qianlong period (1736 AD-1795 AD), Qing Dynasty.

Scenic Sites in the Qianlong Emperor’s Southern Inspection Tour, 19th century. Qing dynasty (1644–1911). China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of John C. Ferguson, 1913 (13.220.134) | This work is featured in our “Painting with Threads” exhibition, on view through March 29, 2015 #AsianArt100

Scenic Sites in the Qianlong Emperor’s Southern Inspection Tour, 19th century. Qing dynasty (1644–1911). China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of John C. Ferguson, 1913 (13.220.134) | This work is featured in our “Painting with Threads” exhibition, on view through March 29, 2015 #AsianArt100

13.Qianlong:-emperor of Qing dynasty;  -Marked the beginning of the downfall of the Qing dynasty,territory expand to its maximum.

13.Qianlong:-emperor of Qing dynasty; -Marked the beginning of the downfall of the Qing dynasty,territory expand to its maximum.

Gourd Hexafoil Vase with the Qianlong Emperor's Poem|The Palace Museum

Gourd Hexafoil Vase with the Qianlong Emperor's Poem|The Palace Museum

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

"Twenty-five Seals" refers to those that the Qianlong Emperor (1736-95) designated as symbols of imperial authority. Before the Qianlong Emperor, the number of imperial seals was not set. At the beginning of his reign, there were thirty-nine imperial seals in twenty-nine categories. Due to inconsistent records, confusion over their identification and functions led to abuse of the seals. Therefore, in 1746, the Qianlong Emperor re-identified and classified the seals of the former emperors.

"Twenty-five Seals" refers to those that the Qianlong Emperor (1736-95) designated as symbols of imperial authority. Before the Qianlong Emperor, the number of imperial seals was not set. At the beginning of his reign, there were thirty-nine imperial seals in twenty-nine categories. Due to inconsistent records, confusion over their identification and functions led to abuse of the seals. Therefore, in 1746, the Qianlong Emperor re-identified and classified the seals of the former emperors.

The Qianlong Emperor's Southern Tours and the Daguantang Bao Jade Seal

The Qianlong Emperor's Southern Tours and the Daguantang Bao Jade Seal

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