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Chinese Textiles and Embroideries

Chinese Textiles and Embroideries

作者 : The Palace Museum

出版社 : 商務印書館(香港)有限公司

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定價 : NT 2,350

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中國故宮藏品圖解之絕對珍藏本,讓你一本看通中國織繡藏品
專家解說中國故宮織繡藏品,展現各時期的獨特風格

◎ 精選故宮織繡藏品的273幅。
◎ 含實物放大圖、圖解。
◎ 含故宮專家撰寫的導言。

To deepen the understanding of cultural and social background of Chinese Textiles and Embroideries.
The Palace Museum’s Essential Collection
Selected 273 pieces of Chinese Textiles and Embroideries from different dynasties

The Palace Museum, the Forbidden City, has a comprehensive collection of the world's largest treasury of ancient Chinese art. The Museum is an abundant resource for anyone who is interested in Chinese paintings, ceramic wares, jade wares, calligraphy, furniture, and other valuable treasures.

This title contains a selected collection of 273 pieces of embroidery crafts from the Palace Museum, most of them imperial items from Ming and Qing dynasties. It covers textiles and embroideries, court costumes, as well as woven and embroidered calligraphy and painting, with an introductory essay by the Palace Museum’s own expert who presents the artistic and historical value of the rare treasures.
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The Palace Museum

SHAN JIXIANG

SHAN JIXIANG was born in Beijing in 1954. He received his doctorate degree in Urban Planning and Design from the School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, and studied in Japan from 1980 to 1984. After his return to China, Dr. Shan held several posts such as deputy director of Beijing Municipal Administration of City Planning, director of Beijing Municipal Administration of Cultural Heritage, director of Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Planning, and director of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage. Since January of 2002, Dr. Shan has taken up positions of director of the Palace Museum, research fellow of the Palace Museum, director of China Cultural Relics Academy, and vice chairman of China Building Decoration Association.

YAN YONG
YAN YONG was born in 1968. In 1989 he graduated with a BA degree in History from the Department of Archaeology at Jilin University and entered the Palace Museum. He then graduated from the MA Program of the Institute of Qing History at Renmin University of China. Now he is the associate director of the Department of Palace Life and Imperial Ritual of the Palace Museum, a research fellow of the Palace Museum, member of the Academic Committee of the museum, as well as the secretary-general of the Committee of Textile Studies of China Cultural Relics Academy. His expertise includes Qing court attire and embroidery paintings of ancient China.
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