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Pictures of tilling and weaving

Roslyn Lee Hammers

Pictures of tilling and weaving

art, labor and technology in Song and Yuan China

by Roslyn Lee Hammers

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Published by Hong Kong University Pres in Hong Kong .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture in art,
  • Weaving in art,
  • Chinese Art

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesArt, labor and technology in Song and Yuan China
    StatementRoslyn Lee Hammers
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND1460.A39 H36 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 293 p. :
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25205084M
    ISBN 109888028634
    LC Control Number2011510214
    OCLC/WorldCa680435115

    Another remarkable example is Pictures of Tilling and Weaving (Gengzhi tu), two series of paintings produced around by another scholar official, Lou Shu. The originals are also lost but were. Archive for the Handbook of Latin American Studies Category (7 posts) (“Pictures of tilling and weaving made by the emperor’s order”). [China: Nei fu], Qing Kangxi 35 nian []. Tai Manuscripts in the Southeast Asia Rare Book Collection at the Library of Congress.

    - Celebrating Asian-Pacific American History Month (May) with resources and items from the Library of Congress collections. See more ideas about Library of congress, Heritage month and American history pins. Spinning wheels began to appear in China by the eleventh century, and these machines were first illustrated in the book Pictures of Tilling and Weaving (). Sources. Derk Bodde, Chinese Thought, Society, and Science: The Intellectual and Social Background of Science and Technology in Pre-Modern China(Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, ).

      In English this is usually known as‘Pictures of Tilling and Weaving’ or ‘Pictures of Agriculture and Sericulture’ and contained 23 illustrations of agriculture and 23 illustrations of sericulture, each accompanied by the Kangxi Emperor’s seven-character quatrains. jing, or Book of Odes, a compilation of slightly more than three hundred songs most probably collected in the period between to b.c.e. Lou Shu's innovation lies in his perception of technology's role in improving the farmer's lot. The Pictures of Tilling and Weaving are the first sustained pictorial ex-.


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Pictures of tilling and weaving by Roslyn Lee Hammers Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Pictures of Tilling and Weaving document scientific techniques of agrarian labor and provide commentary on Southern Song society and politics. The original Pictures as designed by Lou Shu are lost, but this book through consideration of extant Southern Song and Yuan paintings offers a reconstruction of the earliest by: 4.

the Pictures of Tilling and Weaving are a commentary on the mutually beneficial relations among ruler, bureaucrat, and farmer in an ideal society, this book situates the paintings and poems inFile Size: 1MB. Pictures of tilling and weaving: reforming state and society ; Envisioning farmer society: from hierarchy to community ; Visual and textual discourses of the Pictures of tilling and weaving in the Song Dynasty ; Agrarian labor imagery during the Yuan Dynasty ; The Pictures of tilling and weaving in the Ming and early Qing Dynasties ; Appendix.

|a Reconstructing Lou Shu's Pictures of tilling and weaving -- Pictures of tilling and weaving: reforming state and society -- Envisioning farmer society: from hierarchy to community -- Visual and textual discourses of the Pictures of tilling and weaving in the Song Dynasty -- Agrarian labor imagery during the Yuan Dynasty -- The Pictures of.

Collecting "Pictures of Tilling & Weaving" Pictures of Tilling and Weaving 耕織圖 (Gengzhitu) is the title for a series of scroll paintings first created in the Southern Song Dynasty () by an official named Lou Shou 樓璹 ().His paintings showed scenes of different work processes of agriculture and sericulture.

The Pictures of Tilling and Weaving scrolls depict 45 procedures of agriculture and sericulture with each stage accompanied by a poem by Lou Shu describing the plight of farmers, their concerns, and aspirations.

The originals have been lost but copies were made and. Reconstructing Lou Shu's Pictures of tilling and weaving --Pictures of tilling and weaving: reforming state and society --Envisioning farmer society: from hierarchy to community --Visual and textual discourses of the Pictures of tilling and weaving in the Song Dynasty --Agrarian labor imagery during the Yuan Dynasty --The Pictures of tilling.

The Pictures of Tilling and Weaving scrolls depict 45 procedures of agriculture and sericulture with each stage accompanied by a poem by Lou Shu describing the plight of farmers, their concerns and aspirations.

The originals have been lost but copies were made and. - "Geng zhi tu [Pictures of Tilling and Weaving] Qing dynasty () The work contains 46 album leaves, ink and color on silk, after the paintings of the court painter Jiao Bingzhen (). 23 leaves depict rice cultivation and 23 depict silk production"--Label on case.

The Pictures of Tilling and Weaving are the first sustained pictorial exploration in Chinese history of the technologies and techniques used to produce rice and silk. The poems rarely refer directly to the scenes they accompany, a disparity between text and image that is striking to the modern : Roslyn Lee Hammers.

This book is comprised of 23 illustrations of tilling and 23 illustrations of weaving, each of which is accompanied by a poem.

According to the "Preface to the imperially commissioned illustrations of tilling and weaving" and the formal memorandum of presentation by Yan Yudun, the poems were inscribed by the Kangxi Emperor.

The painter, Jiao Bingzhen, for the most part draws on the “Tilling. Pictures of Tilling and Weaving. Throughout book. Marilyn Fu. Hsien-yu Shu's Calligraphy and His "Admonitions" Scroll of 3 vols.

Ann Arbor. 47d. Eco-Art History in East and Southeast Asia. Cambridge Scholars United Kingdom, p. 3, fig. Thomas Lawton. This special event features a much-anticipated return of the Qianlong-era Pictures of Tilling and Weaving (Geng zhi tu 耕織圖) that are currently in the Huaihai Tang 懷海堂 Collection of Hong Kong.

Through the generosity of their owner, rare imperial rubbings of the Pictures of Tilling and Weaving will be on display for viewing after a lecture by Dr. Roslyn Hammers of the University of. Her book Pictures of Tilling and Weaving: Art, Labor and Technology in Song and Yuan China (Hong Kong University Press, ) is a recipient of the College Art Association’s Millard Meiss prize.

In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage month, the Library of Congress has digitized and made available online 1, Chinese rare books produced before The Chinese Rare Book Digital Collection includes the most valuable titles and editions housed in the Library’s Asian Division, some of which date as far back as the 10th century and are the only extant copies in the.

- Geng zhi tu or Keng chi t'u (Pictures of Tilling and Weaving, ). For many centuries, this famous work on agriculture and sericulture was widely known in China. This is the K'ang-hsi edition, ordered printed by the emperor after he was shown copies of the ancient work during a trip to southern China in Chinese Rare Book Collection, Asian Division, Library of Congress.

The Gengzhitu 耕織圖 "Drawings of tilling and weaving" is a book on agriculture and sericulture written by the Southern Song period 南宋 () scholar Lou Shou 樓璹, courtesy name Lou Shouyu 樓壽玉 or Lou Guoqi 樓國器.

He came from Yinxian 鄞縣 in the prefecture of Mingzhou 明州 (modern Ningbo 寧波, Zhejiang) and occupied the office of magistrate (ling 令) of Qianxian.Pictures of tilling and weaving: art, labor and technology in Song and Yuan China / Roslyn Lee Hammers Hong Kong University Pres Hong Kong Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Silk Weaving, after Lou Shou. View right to left. Maker(s) Pictures of Tilling and Weaving. Throughout book. Marilyn Fu. The Warp and Weft of Weaving: Handlooms and textiles of the world. Japan. and Suzuki Kei. Chugoku kaiga sogo zuroku. Pictures of Tilling and Weaving appealed to Emperor Gaozong (r.

) when the scrolls were presented to him. The author devotes the first chapter of her book to the reconstruction of the scenes in Lou Shu’s now lost original scroll. In a careful comparison of various pictorial sources the author explores their iconographical relation.

作者: Roslyn Lee Hammers (韩若兰) 副标题: Art, Labor, and Technology in Song and Yuan China isbn: 书名: Pictures of Tilling and Weaving 页数: 定价: $ 出版社: Hong Kong University Press 装帧: Hardcover 出版年: >.Her book entitled Pictures of Tilling and Weaving: Art, Labour and Technology in Song and Yuan China (Hong Kong University Press) was published in She is presently working on a study of Qing dynasty representations of agrarian labour.

_____ TEAR SHEET Lecture & Viewing The Pictures of Weaving: In history and in The University Museum and.A leaf from the “Yu zhi geng zhi quan tu” 御製耕織全圖 (Pictures of tilling and weaving), one of the 46 leaves painted in ink and color on silk by the Qing court painter Jiao Bingzhen ().

These depictions of rice cultivation and silk production are one of the best later-produced copies based on the paintings of Southern Song dynasty’s Lou Shou ().