Tientsin China Museums
The venue, which is now more than a century old, has outlived its usefulness and has been completed as a museum for the first time since it was built in the mid-19th century.
Chinese masters from different eras, from ancient to modern, present together the development of art in China. The museum contains more than 1,000 works by a variety of artists from all over the world. The works accumulated over many years represent the bulk of the museum's collection, which spans a period from the Ming and Qing dynasties to modernity, with each series reflecting a specific period in China's art and cultural history, as well as its cultural and political history.
Live in China, "which features selected works from the collection of the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts and the China Museum of Contemporary Art.
The discovery of the ruins of Sanxingdui, "which offers the viewer an insight into 286 excavated cultural objects, six of which have been recognized as national treasures of utmost importance. The exhibition is intended to underline the importance of cultural heritage in the history of China and the role of archaeology in the history of Chinese culture. Selected exhibits from the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts and the China Museum of Contemporary Art will be on display. For more information about the exhibition, visit http: / / www.tentsin - China - museums.org.
The most famous piece of the museum is a series of prints made during the Resistance War, a collection of woodcuts made in the liberated areas. The number of these prints and the quality of the woodblock print are remarkable, more than 1,000 works by artists such as Zhang Zhiyuan, Yang Zhenhua and Yan Xian were exhibited together. The series is complemented by the work of the curator of the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts, Zhou Qing, who has kept a museum that is more than a century old.
After long sorting and assembling dozens of scrolls, "The Series of Ancient Chinese Paintings" became one of the largest exhibitions of Ancient Chinese painting in the world, he says, and was visited three times by the Tianjin Museum. Photographer Shi Maqi, one of the editors, came to the Palace Museum in Beijing to collect a collection of pictures by Zhang Zhiyuan and his colleagues from the Resistance War.
The museum has thus become one of the most important museums in the world and an important cultural centre in China. Museums can also hold a leading position within China: for example, the National Maritime Museum of China, which was opened in 2009 as a joint venture between the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Culture.
The Tianjin Museum is the largest comprehensive museum in Tianjing and covers an area of 30 square kilometers (3 layers) shaped like a flying sponge. Its total area is 7,000 square meters and it houses historical, artistic and valuable collections.
Chinese, on average there are four museums per 1 million Chinese, and each has at least one such venue. In mainland China, the press is represented by more than twenty cities, which represent the most diverse collection of museums in the world in terms of history and culture.
The Tianjin Museum plays a very important role in the history and culture of the city and its people, as well as in the culture and history of China itself.
As a newly constructed cultural site, the Tianjin Art Museum will assimilate, integrate and learn from the cultural heritage of the city and its people, as well as the culture and history of China. The staff of the Beijing Museum and the staff of our museum will give their all with all their heart. presents the best-protected objects of the Tian Jin Museum. We exhibit antique furniture that we have collected over decades, and we are the first museum to exhibit the ancient art of ancient China in its original form.
We will highlight the past, present and future of the city and give visitors a lot to do. If you want to learn more about China's culture, you won't miss the Tianjin Museum if it's not the place to continue its local history and show Chinese civilization.
The building was inaugurated in 1963, when Mao Zedong wrote a calligraphy work on it. The museum houses some of the world's most important masterpieces of Chinese art and was announced as the only national art museum in China. In early 1919, a large number of works of art acquired from the Beijing art market entered the museum. One of the first benefits of this agreement was the acquisition of a collection of over 1,000 paintings, sculptures and other works of art acquired by the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts and the Chinese National Museum in the early 1920s.
The aim of these ancient paintings is to preserve and protect them and to inform more people about this magnificent ancient culture. It is related to several other surviving phoenix robes, which are also attributed to the wardrobe of the Empress of Widows Rent.