||Treasures of the national palace museum
||Pottery and Curio Cabinet (3:14) -- Pendant and Pottery Vessels (3:14) -- Perfumer, Vase, and Mirror (3:28) -- Bronze, Ding Vessel, and Perfumer (3:39) -- Wine Vessel, Sancai, and Porcelain (4:53) -- Floral Enamel, Vase & Fruit Carving (3:53) -- Ink Stone, Bamboo, and Tripod Bowl (3:19) -- Bodhisattvas, Buddha, & Bodhisattvas (4:33) -- Buddha, Dharma Guardian & Vessel (4:43) -- Calligraphy, Landscape & Court Art (4:15)
||This program spotlights 33 works of Chinese art seldom ever seen outside of the National Palace Museum. Spanning approximately 5,000 years of history, this diverse collection of pieces includes a Neolithic pottery jar; bronze fangzun and fangyi vessels from the late Shang-early Zhou period; a bronze ding vessel from the Late Western Zhou period; a Tang figurine in sancai glaze; a Ming cup in doucai enamels; and a Qing cylindrical curio cabinet. Displayed in chronological order and shown from numerous angles, these cultural artifacts comprise an indispensable educational resource for art history and Asian studies curriculums. Access points, provided in index form, make locating each artifact easy.
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|Interest grade level
||11 & up.
|Technical details||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Technical details||System requirements: FOD playback platform.|
|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Lee & Lee Communications, 1999 9781421398143|
|Publisher number||8854 Films Media Group|