Two Birds and Magnolia

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Embroidery Code Number / SESFQ0155
Embroidery Subject / Embroidery Animal
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Embroidery Size / 40 x 50 cm or 16 x 20 inches
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This Chinese silk embroidery, based on Lang Shining's painting, is a magnificent representation of the revered artist's work. Lang Shining, an Italian Jesuit lay brother named Giuseppe Castiglione, made significant contributions to Chinese art during the Qing Dynasty, combining Western and Chinese artistic elements.

It features two birds perched on flowering branches, with Chinese characters stamped in red at various positions around the silk embroidery artwork. The background of the image is a smooth, pale yellow fabric. Two intricately hand embroidered birds with detailed feather patterns are the focal points; one bird is looking upwards while the other looks down. The birds are perched on branches that have green leaves and blossoming magnolia flowers. Flowers are depicted in white and pink hues, showing a high level of detail in their petals and stamens. There are three red stamps with Chinese characters, showing the owners of the original painting in different times. One of the seal is Emperor Qian Long's. 

This embroidery painting stands as a tribute to Lang Shining's artistic legacy, bridging the gap between historical Chinese painting and the meticulous craft of silk embroidery. It invites viewers to appreciate the fusion of Western and Chinese artistic traditions in a unique and captivating form.

It is all hand embroidered with fine silk threads by embroidery artists from Su Embroidery Studio in Suzhou, China.

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This Chinese silk embroidery, inspired by Lang Shining's painting, serves as a magnificent representation of the renowned artist's cross-cultural contributions during the Qing Dynasty. Lang Shining, also known as Giuseppe Castiglione, was an Italian Jesuit lay brother whose artistic endeavors seamlessly blended Western and Chinese influences, leaving an indelible mark on Chinese art.

The silk embroidered artwork features two birds perched on flowering branches, set against a smooth, pale yellow fabric. Chinese characters stamped in red adorn various positions around the silk embroidery, adding a layer of cultural authenticity. The focal points of the composition are two intricately hand-embroidered birds, each displaying detailed feather patterns. One bird gazes upward, while the other looks downward, creating a dynamic visual balance.

The branches beneath the birds are adorned with green leaves and blossoming magnolia flowers. The flowers, depicted in white and pink hues, showcase a remarkable level of detail in the intricacies of their petals and stamens. Three red stamps with Chinese characters punctuate the composition, indicating different owners of the original painting at various times. Notably, one of the seals belongs to Emperor Qian Long, further emphasizing the historical significance of the artwork.

This silk embroidery stands as a tribute to Lang Shining's artistic legacy, serving as a bridge between historical Chinese painting and the meticulous craft of silk embroidery. By seamlessly integrating Western and Chinese artistic traditions, this piece invites viewers to appreciate the unique and captivating fusion that defines Lang Shining's contribution to the artistic tapestry of the Qing Dynasty.

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