Painting in National Palace Museum, Qing dynasty (1644-1911) part2
Welcome to the National Palace Museum's collection of paintings from the Qing dynasty! Here, you can explore some of the most beautiful and intricate works of art from this period. We have a variety of different paintings on display here, including One Hundred Horses by Giuseppe Castiglione. This painting is a classic example of the Italian Baroque style, and is sure to captivate viewers with its vibrant colors and dynamic composition. Come take a look at these amazing works of art today!
1. One Hundred Horses
Giuseppe Castiglione was born in 1688 in Milan, Italy. He learned to paint at a local studio, and came under the influence of the painter Andrea Pozzo. In 1707, he formally entered the Society of Jesus and traveled to Genoa for training.