Spring Morning in the Han Palace (17th.c)

A 17th century copy of Spring Morning in the Han Palace, a famous handscroll by the 16th century Ming Dynasty artist Qiu Ying [Ch'iu Ying]. It depicts imperial life at its most idyllic. During the years of the Qing [Ch'ing] Dynasty, copies such of this of Qiu Ying's painting were popular because they were considered an excellent guide to elegant behaviour. (Above image stitched together from images, below, in the collection of the Walters Art Museum).

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