|China : the three emperors, 1662-1795|
|China : the three emperors, 1662-1795 / edited by Evelyn S. Rawski and Jessica Rawson.|
Exhibition held November 12, 2005-April 17, 2005, Royal Academy of Arts, London.
With Gallery Guide inserted. See Exhibition website here
; See Press release here.
Includes bibliographical references. ***Graphic resource.
" ... China: The Three Emperors, 1662–1795 ... imperial treasures of the Qing dynasty. Drawn largely from the remarkable collections of the Palace Museum, Beijing, it will focus on the artistic and cultural riches of the three most powerful emperors of China’s last dynasty: The Kangxi Emperor (1662–1722), The Yongzheng Emperor (1723–35) and The Qianlong Emperor (1736–95). Some 400 works will include such treasures as paintings and painted scrolls, jades and bronzes, porcelain and lacquer ware, precious robes, palace furnishings, scientific instruments, weapons and ceremonial armour..." --cf. exhibition press release.