The Exhibitions
Exhibition of Han Dynasties Pictorial Art

 

The Han pictorial stones are architectural components of tombs, graveyard shrines and gate towers. People of the Han Dynasty, taking stone slabs and burins as pens, depicted life of all aspects, including funeral customs and religious beliefs, and as such the carved stones are tantamount to “pictorial epics of the Han history”.

The Han pictorial stones in Shandong are outstanding representatives of the Han art in the field in China. With a strong “national sense of simplicity and depth, they have found themselves in the ancient treasure of art of the world.

The cream of the Han pictorial stones in Shandong Museum was mostly unearthed in Ji’nan, Jining, Zaozhuang and Linyi, which are the major areas for their distribution. Here on display are the masterpieces from the Xiaotangshan shrine of Changqing, the Wuliang shrine of Jiaxiang and the Han tomb in Yinan.

Relics show
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