#北京。 #中國 #China #Beijing | #紫禁城 #ForbiddenCity #May2021|#ForbiddenCityMoments #ForbiddenCityPaintings #ChineseArtworks #GuardianArtCenter 嘉德艺术中心Zhu Yanhuaqi-Qianlong Dynasty Lacquerware Exhibition.

During the Month of July 2021 at the Guardian Art Center- 1 Wangfujng Street, Dongcheng District – Beijing – China – People’s Republic of China in which Guardian Art Center is now featuring.. “Zhu Yanhuaqi-Qianlong Dynasty Lacquerware Exhibition from the Palace Museum” will open at the Guardian Art Center on July 9, 2021. There are more than 18,000 sets of Lacquerware in the Palace Museum, of which the Qing Dynasty lacquer ware accounts for the largest proportion, especially the middle Qing Lacquerware represented by the Qianlong Dynasty as an important part. This exhibition will select more than 100 pieces from them, and divide the exhibits into four units: carving lacquer, drawing decoration and gold lacquer, gold color lacquer and filling lacquer, and inlaid according to the common craftsmanship of Qing Dynasty court Lacquerware. In addition, imitation is added. The lacquer porcelain unit strives to present the style characteristics, artistic aesthetics and influence of lacquer craftsmanship in this period. The exhibition will last until October 12, 2021, and will be closed on Monday……

Credited as being the first auction house to arise out of modern China, China Guardian’s new Büro Ole Scheeren custom-built headquarters in the heart of Beijing serves as an understated emblem of its growing stature at home and abroad. Located across from the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC), Scheeren’s two-volume glass and granite Guardian Art Center stands assured in its cultural understanding and makes for a worthy hub of exchange for some of China’s finest classical artworks…..

Imagines visuals credit are from the Forbidden city –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China…

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