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The Art Of Chinese Rubbings

Mirroring China's past.


See also:

Tribune: Chinese Bronzes Exhibit At Art Institute Brings Ancient Objects To American Soil For The First Time.


Emperors And Their Bronzes.


The Piece Mold Process.


Emperor Qioalong: The Making Of An Empire.

"Emperor Qianlong was a politician, militant, priest, scholar and artist who amassed a large collection of paintings, calligraphy, jades, ceramics and bronzes in order to give himself a universal connection with history and the cosmos."


The Field Museum's Chinese Rubbings Collection.

The Making Of A Chinese Rubbing.

"Professor Yang Bo of the Shandong Provincial Museum demonstrates the making of a Chinese rubbing."


Age of Empires: Art of the Qin and Han Dynasties.


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