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1. Ko Ware High-stemmed Bowl
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
The rim of this high-stemmed bowl is wide and flaring, and the wall of the body is curved. The stem is thin and tall, being slightly wider at the bottom than at the top. ......
2. Chün Ware Pillow in the Shape of a Ju-i
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This porcelain pillow is in the shape of the “ju-i” symbol. High at the back and sloping down towards the front, the top of the pillow is slightly indented towards the center. ......
3. Painting Catalogue of the Hsüan-ho Collection
(Matching tags: rare books,Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum)
This book is a catalogue describing the imperial collection of painting in the inner court under Emperor Hui-tsung ......
4. Classified Draft of the Yüan-feng Era
(Matching tags: rare books,Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum)
Tseng Kung (style name, Tzu-ku) was a native of Nan-feng in Chien-ch'ang (modern Nan-feng, Kiangsi). A lifelong collector of books, he assembled a library of rare works that he also collated himself, ...... ...
5. Dynastic Regulations for Sagacious Rule of the Great Yüan
(Matching tags: rare books,Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum)
Documents concerning the system of Yüan dynasty rule, with the exception of those mentioned in the official Yüan history and this book, have all been lost. This Yüan imprint is not only the earliest surviving ...
6. The Analects
(Matching tags: rare books,Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum)
Though entitled “Lun-yü (The Analects)”, this volume in fact represents “Lun-yü chi-chieh (The Collected Exegeses of the Analects)”.  ......
7. Essentials to the Collected Meaning of The Four Books
(Matching tags: rare books,Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum)
After the fall of the Sung dynasty in 1279, the scholar Liu Yin turned to a life of seclusion. Known for his lofty character and disposition, he was highly esteemed by contemporaries.  ......
8. Poetry on the Pao-t'u Spring
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Chao Meng-fu, style name Tzu-ang and sobriquet Sung-hsueh tao-jen, was a relative of the Sung imperial family and a native of Hu-chou (modern Wu-hsing, Chekiang). ......
9. Regulated Verse in Seven Characters
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Chang Yü (style name Po-yü and sobriquets Chü-ch’ü wai-shih and Chen-chü), a native of Ch'ien-t'ang (modern Hangchow), was a well-known Taoist of the Yüan dynasty  ......
10. Poetry on the Wan-chieh Hall
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Yang Wei-chen, a native of Kuei-chi, went by a variety of names, including the style name Lien-fu and sobriquet Tung-wei-tzu. Later, because he liked to play an iron flute, he also took the sobriquet Taoist ...
11. Kublai Khan Hunting
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Liu Kuan-tao (style name Chung-hsien), a native of Hopeh province, was a celebrated court painter of the early Yüan, probably sometime in the reign of Kublai Khan (r. 1264-1294). ......
12. Forest Chamber Grotto at Chü-ch'ü
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Wang Meng (style name Shu-ming; sobriquet Huang-ho shan-ch’iao, Hsiang-kuang chü-shih), a native of Wu-hsing (modern Hu-chou, Chekiang), was a grandson of the famous artist Chao Meng-fu (1254-1322). ...
13. Fishermen Returning on a Frosty Bank
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
T'ang Ti (style name Tzu-hua; late sobriquet Tun-chai), a native of Wu-hsing in Chekiang, was precocious as a youth. When he came of age, his poetry and painting were held in high esteem ......
14. Twin Pines
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Wu Chen (style name Chung-kui and sobriquet Mei-hua tao-jen), a native of Chia-hsing in Chekiang province, was gifted at poetry and prose. He also excelled at painting landscapes and bamboo in monochrome ...
15. The Jung-hsi Studio
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Ni Tsan (style name Yüan-chen; sobriquets Yün-lin, Yü-weng) was a native of Wu-hsi, Kiangsu. Son of a wealthy merchant, he was a bibliophile, collector, amateur poet and painter. ......
16. Dwelling in the Fu-ch'un Mountains (Wu-yung Version)
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Huang Kung-wang (original name Lu Chien) went by the style name Tzu-chiu and sobriquets Ta-ch’ih and I-feng tao-jen. A native of Ch'ang-shu, Kiangsu, he came from a poor family and was orphaned at ...
17. Autumn Colors on the Ch'iao and Hua Mountains
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Although Chao Meng-fu descended from the Sung imperial family, he served the following Yüan dynasty as a prominent official in the Hanlin Academy. He was also one of the most influential painters and calligraphers ...
18. Chin-kung Pan-jo-po-lo-mi-ching (The Diamond or Prajnaparamita Sutra)
(Matching tags: sutra,rare books,Yuan dynasty)
This book (金剛般若波羅蜜經) is a woodblock print by the Zifu Temple on Zhongxing Road in Hubei Province. ......
19. Tun-chiao Chi (Collection of Works Exchanged with Friends)
(Matching tags: poetry,rare books,Yuan dynasty)
This book (敦交集) was written in the Yuan Dynasty. It is considered rare and precious. ......  ...
20. Silver ingot, casted with Chinese characters on both sides
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,silver,currency)
This provincial silver ingot, weighing more than nineteen hundred grams, was the official currency of the Yuan dynasty. As you can see, it is shaped like a flat weight. On the front of the silver ingot ...