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Officials of several Chinese cities compose essays designed to demonstrate their knowledge of Confucian texts, at the court of T'ang emperor Ming Huang (712-756), who supervises the examination from a pavilion at the rear. Chinese painting Featured ChineseArt Print

Officials of several Chinese cities compose essays designed to demonstrate their knowledge of Confucian texts, at the court of T'ang emperor Ming Huang (712-756), who supervises the examination from a pavilion at the rear. Chinese painting

CHINA: CONFUCIAN SCHOLARS.
Officials of several Chinese cities compose essays designed to demonstrate their knowledge of Confucian texts, at the court of T'ang emperor Ming Huang (712-756), who supervises the examination from a pavilion at the rear. Chinese painting

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Women drawing out silk threads (left) and beating silk fibers in a trough with flails. Detail from Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk, a painted silk handscroll attributed to Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty, early 12th century, after a work by a T'ang Dynasty artist of the 8th century Featured ChineseArt Print

Women drawing out silk threads (left) and beating silk fibers in a trough with flails. Detail from Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk, a painted silk handscroll attributed to Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty, early 12th century, after a work by a T'ang Dynasty artist of the 8th century

CHINA: SILK MANUFACTURE.
Women drawing out silk threads (left) and beating silk fibers in a trough with flails. Detail from Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk, a painted silk handscroll attributed to Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty, early 12th century, after a work by a T'ang Dynasty artist of the 8th century

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Shen Tsung, Northern Sung emperor of China (1067-1085), looking at a painting (upper right) ordered by one of his ministers that depicted the sufferings of his people during a famine, including the continued payment of tribute to mandarins (lower left). Painted silk scroll by an unidentified artist, probably Sung or Ming Dynasty Featured ChineseArt Print

Shen Tsung, Northern Sung emperor of China (1067-1085), looking at a painting (upper right) ordered by one of his ministers that depicted the sufferings of his people during a famine, including the continued payment of tribute to mandarins (lower left). Painted silk scroll by an unidentified artist, probably Sung or Ming Dynasty

CHINA: EMPEROR AND FAMINE.
Shen Tsung, Northern Sung emperor of China (1067-1085), looking at a painting (upper right) ordered by one of his ministers that depicted the sufferings of his people during a famine, including the continued payment of tribute to mandarins (lower left). Painted silk scroll by an unidentified artist, probably Sung or Ming Dynasty

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