Floral motifs bloom on Ming and Qing imperial artifacts

Updated: Dec 7, 2023 Print
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A blue-and-white plate with peony flower patterns, Yongle reign (r. 1403-24) of the Ming Dynasty [Photo/Official WeChat account of the Poly Art Museum]

In the natural world, there is a plethora of flower species, rendering floral patterns on ancient artifacts diverse and vibrant. The Poly Art Museum will kick off an exhibition on Dec 9 highlighting Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) imperial ceramics and other types of cultural relics adorned with floral patterns. Enthusiasts of flowers and plants, this is your chance to indulge in a comprehensive visual delight all at once! The exhibition will run until Dec 29.

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