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Price: $19.95
Member Price: $17.95

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Description

During the Qing dynasty (16441911) porcelains in China were produced in record numbers for export and use at home. New palettes such as the well-known famille verte and famille rose were added to an already impressive repertory of shapes and glazes and themes and traditions. The lush flowers, fruits, and other motifs featured on our notecards are from eighteenth-century ceramics in the Museums collection.

5 each of 4 images, 20 cards and 21 color-lined envelopes per box. Packaged in a keepsake box. 5 1/4'' x 4''; box: 6''W x 3 1/4''H x 4 5/8''D.

  • 5 each of 4 images, 20 cards and 21 color-lined envelopes per box
  • Packaged in a keepsake box
  • 5 1/4'' x 4''; box: 6''W x 3 1/4''H x 4 5/8''D

Art History

In the early seventeenth century, the Manchus, a semi-nomadic people from the northeast, took over China and established the Qing (pure) dynasty (16441911). Under the Manchus the arts flourished, especially during the reigns of the emperors Kangxi (r. 16621722), Yongzheng (r. 172236), and Qianlong (r. 173695). These rulers embraced Chinese artistic traditions and supported the production of elegant paintings on silk and paper as well as exquisite wares for the elite.

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Description

During the Qing dynasty (16441911) porcelains in China were produced in record numbers for export and use at home. New palettes such as the well-known famille verte and famille rose were added to an already impressive repertory of shapes and glazes and themes and traditions. The lush flowers, fruits, and other motifs featured on our notecards are from eighteenth-century ceramics in the Museums collection.

5 each of 4 images, 20 cards and 21 color-lined envelopes per box. Packaged in a keepsake box. 5 1/4'' x 4''; box: 6''W x 3 1/4''H x 4 5/8''D.





  • 5 each of 4 images, 20 cards and 21 color-lined envelopes per box
  • Packaged in a keepsake box
  • 5 1/4'' x 4''; box: 6''W x 3 1/4''H x 4 5/8''D




Art History

In the early seventeenth century, the Manchus, a semi-nomadic people from the northeast, took over China and established the Qing (pure) dynasty (16441911). Under the Manchus the arts flourished, especially during the reigns of the emperors Kangxi (r. 16621722), Yongzheng (r. 172236), and Qianlong (r. 173695). These rulers embraced Chinese artistic traditions and supported the production of elegant paintings on silk and paper as well as exquisite wares for the elite.


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