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1. “Departure Herald” - A Ming Dynasty Painting
(Matching tags: painting,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
In this handscroll is a great imperial procession making its way to pay respects at the imperial tombs. ......
2. Filigree Cloisonné Box with Lotus Motif
(Matching tags: enamel,box,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
This lotus cloisonné box is composed of filigree work on a copper body. ......
3. Filled Lacquered Peony Box
(Matching tags: lacquer,box,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
This round box has a flat top, straight sides, and a slightly concave base. ......
4. Carved Bamboo Brush Washer in the Shape of a Lotus Leaf
(Matching tags: wood,vessel,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
The root of a bamboo has been carved here into the shape of a lotus leaf,  ......
5. Tuan Inkstone with Clouds and Dragons and 99 Columns
(Matching tags: stone,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
This inkstone is carved from a single piece of Tuan River stone with dense inclusions, often referred to as eyes, found on the reverse side. ......
6. Carved Bamboo Brush Holder
(Matching tags: vessel,wood,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
A segment of a piece of bamboo has been made into a brush holder, with a flat mouth and the dividing part of the bamboo as the bottom. ......
7. Fish-creature Flower Holder
(Matching tags: jades,vessel,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
In general, "creating auspiciousness" was a very important design consideration in the forms and decoration of Chinese antiquities ......
8. Cup in the Shape of a Lotus Leaf
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,jades,vessel,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
With the exception of the base, where the original yellowish-green color can be made out in places .....
9. Monk's Cap Ewer with Ruby Red Glaze
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
The top of this ewer, with its stepped rim in three levels, resembles the cap worn by T’ang dynasty monks, from which this type of ewer derives its name.  ......
10. Bright Yellow Ting with Animal-mask Patterns in Relief
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This incense burner in the shape of a round ting (cauldron) features two standing handles along the rim. Three tubular legs are joined to the body, and the legs have raised patterns. ......
11. Blue-and-white Flat Vase with Figures
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
With a small round rim, a fine straight neck, sloping shoulders, a round flat body, an oval base, and a flat base that is slightly concave, ......
12. Tou-ts'ai Cup with Chickens
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This cup, with its flared mouth, the shallow curvature of its sides, and shallow ring foot, is decorated with two pairs of chickens and their young.  ......
13. Vast Documents of the Yung-lo Era
(Matching tags: rare books,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
"Vast Documents of the Yung-lo Era" represents a grand ‘lei-shu’ project of the Ming dynasty. In 1403, not long after the founding of the Ming dynasty, the Yung-lo Emperor wanted ...
14. "Wu-i ko" Poems
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Wang Ch'ung (styles name Lü-jen and Lü-chi; sobriquet Ya-i shan-jen), a native of Soochow, was the son the merchant Wang Chen, who also collected antiquities as well as painting and calligraphy. ...... ...
15. Record on the Pavilion of the Old Drunk
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Wen Cheng-ming (original name Pi and sobriquets T’ing-yün-sheng and Heng-shan chü-shih) was a native of Ch’ang-chou (Soochow) in Kiangsu. ......  ...
16. Enjoying Antiquities
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Tu Chin (originally surnamed Lu) was a native of Tan-t’u (modern Chen-chiang, Kiangsu) but later resided in Nanking.......
17. Plum Blossoms and Wild Bird
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Ch'en Hung-shou (style name Chang-hou; self-sobriquet Lao-lien), a native of Chu-chi in Chekiang, spanned the Ming and Ch'ing dynasties. ......  ...
18. Ducks Sleeping on a Lotus Bank
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Lü Chi (style name T’ing-chen; sobriquet Le-yü), a native of Ning-po in Chekiang, initially studied the bird-and-flower style of the early Ming painter Pien Wen-chin (fl. 1403-1428). ......  ...
19. Spring Morning in the Han Palace
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Ch'iu Ying (style name Shih-fu), a native of T'ai-ts'ang in Kiangsu, was born into a poor family. Moving with his family to Soochow, Ch'iu was apprenticed as a lacquer artisan. He later learned the art ...
20. Returning Late from a Spring Outing
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Tai Chin (style name Wen-chin; sobriquets Ching-an, Yü-ch’üan shan-jen), was a native of Ch’ien-t’ang (modern Hangchow). He is said as a youth to have studied painting under local artists, ...
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