Size: 50*50*0.1 cm / Weight: 9g Material: Silk Package: Paper box An elegant and cultural gift idea with silk, made in Taiwan in the high quality. The silk scarf is inspired by National Palace Museum's collection, Autumn Colors of the Eastern Fence painted by Yun Shouping in Qing dynasty.
National Palace Museum National Palace Museum, located in Taipei, Taiwan, displays greatest and rarest collection of traditional Chinese art crafts and historical documents in the world. With over 700,000 items, many of which once belong in Beijing’s Forbidden City and most of them are high quality pieces collected by China’s emperors. These precious collections include ancient Chinese painting and calligraphy, archeological remains of bronze weapons, ceramics, jade, sculptures, rare books and documents and other antiques. Design The silk scarf is inspired by National Palace Museum's collection, Autumn Colors of the Eastern Fence painted by Yun Shouping in Qing dynasty. YunShouping (1633-1690), learning landscape painting at first. However, after befriending with the landscapist Wang Hui, he realized never being able to exceed his friend in the same field and turned to devote himself in flower painting. Ultimately he opened a new era in Chinese calligraphy. Yun Shou-ping's painting is renowned for its spirituality and delicacy. The flowers seem to be sentient, the leaves vivid and lively in the painting.
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