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  • Exhibition of Portrait Paintings of the Ming and Qing Dyn...

    [2021.03.19]

    An original exhibition entitled “Fusion of Portraits and Cultures in the Ming and Qing Dynasties” kicked off at the Hunan Museum on March 18. It displays 110 pieces or sets of portrait paintings of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911), which were selected from the collections of the Hunan Museum and the Changsha Daguancang Art Museum.

  • Exhibition of Qing Dynasty and Republic of China Taoyuan ...

    [2021.03.17]

    The photo, taken on March 16, shows visitors viewing an exhibit at a Taoyuan embroidery exhibition. The embroideries on display date back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and the Republic of China (1912-1949). The exhibition, hosted by the Hunan Museum and Taoyuan County People's Government, kicked off on that day.

  • Artists Zhang Daqian and Pu Xinyu’s Paintings and Callig...

    [2021.02.01]

    An exhibition entitled “The Masters--Paintings and Calligraphy Works of Zhang Daqian and Pu Xinyu” opened January 29. It displays 84 pieces or sets of paintings and calligraphy works by the two artists in their early artistic creation period and by famous Hunan-born artists. Visitors can feel the charm of traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy there.

  • Exhibition of Ancient Music, Dance and Opera-themed Cultu...

    [2021.01.26]

    An exhibition of 198 terracotta figurines and brick carvings featuring music, dance and drama of the Han, Tang, Song and Yuan dynasties opened January 25. The exhibition is open to the public free of charge, and will run until March 6.

  • 2nd Hunan Biennial Chinese Painting Exhibition (Jan. 19-M...

    [2021.01.21]

    The 2nd Hunan Biennial Chinese Painting Exhibition opened to the public free of charge from January 19. A total of 378 Chinese painting works, in the great majority of contemporary figure paintings, are on display. The exhibition will open until March 5.

  • Hunan Night View Photography Exhibition on GOJOIN Street ...

    [2021.01.20]

    On January 18, citizens watched the photos of Hunan exquisite night views. On the same day, the “Night is More Wonderful” photography exhibition was held on GOJOIN Street in Changsha. It exhibited the night scenes of cities across Hunan taken by 20 Hunan photographers with mobile phones. The exhibition will last until January 31.