Painting in National Palace Museum, Yuan dynasty part2
Welcome to the National Palace Museum's collection of paintings from the Yuan dynasty! Here, you can explore works by some of the most renowned Chinese painters of the time. We have a variety of different paintings on display here, including Dwelling in the Fu-ch'un Mountains (Wu-yung Version), Twin Pines, Forest Chamber Grotto at Chu-ch'u, The Jung-hsi Studio, Fishermen Returning on a Frosty Bank and Kublai Khan Hunting. These are all important pieces in Chinese art history that tell us about the culture and lifestyle of the people during this period. Come take a look at these incredible artifacts today!
1. Dwelling in the Fu-ch'un Mountains (Wu-yung Version)
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2. Twin Pines
Wu Chen was a Chinese artist who was born in Chia-hsing, Chekiang province. He was skilled in poetry, painting landscapes, and bamboo. He was also good at calligraphy.
3. Forest Chamber Grotto at Chu-ch'u
Wang Meng was a grandson of the famous artist Chao Meng-fu. He was implicated in the case of Hu Wei-yung and subsequently died in prison.
4. The Jung-hsi Studio
Ni Tsan was a native of Wu-hsi, Kiangsu. He was a bibliophile and collector who also enjoyed amateur poetry and painting. This work was done by Ni at the age of 72.
5. Fishermen Returning on a Frosty Bank
T'ang Ti was a native of Wu-hsing in Chekiang. When he came of age, his poetry and painting were held in high esteem by the local elite. He initially studied the landscape style of Chao Meng-fu, acquiring his polished and luxuriant manner.
6. Kublai Khan Hunting
Liu Kuan-tao was a celebrated court painter of the early Yuan dynasty, probably during the reign of Kublai Khan. In 1279, he was appointed to the Imperial Wardrobe Service.