[collection name]: Seal made in Qianlong
Emperor Qianlong of Qing Dynasty of China, the seal often used in calligraphy and painting, included 172 square seals in the seal recognition of Chinese Calligraphers and painters. Most of the ancient paintings in the Palace Museum are the most treasured collection of the Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty. The seal of Emperor Qianlong became an important basis for the identification of the authenticity and dating of Emperor Qianlong's calligraphy and painting. The seal used by Emperor Qianlong in calligraphy and painting is closely related to his political attitude, cultural cultivation and literati interest. Emperor Qianlong boasted that he was elegant in writing and collected all the art treasures of calligraphy and painting in the past dynasties with great care. Few of them can match the number of calligraphy and painting and the complexity of seal collection. Those who can pass his eyes often "doodle" and stamp on it. In addition to those works that were not favored by Qianlong, Chinese classical calligraphy and painting art would be hard to appreciate and make people enjoy the aesthetic pleasure if the interference of Qianlong's seal collection was not excluded. From this point of view, the large-scale collection and arrangement of the Qianlong Dynasty not only made ancient Chinese calligraphy and painting works seriously treated and well preserved, but also suffered unprecedented protective disaster.
In the Qianlong era, there were more than half of the jade seals, mainly white jade, sapphire, Shoushan stone, Chang fossil, Qingtian stone and various gemstones. In addition, there were more than 20 kinds of materials, such as wood, gold, silver and copper.
Emperor Qianlong made more than 1800 seals in his life, and there were about 500 seals in common use. When he was Prince Qianlong, he began to print business cards, using "four seals of emperor", "Hongli books" and "Changchun scholars". It can be seen that he was more reserved and low-key when he was young. When he became the emperor, he spread his seal. Qianlong wanted to do great things and was known as the "perfect martial arts". During his reign, ten expeditions and repeated victories made him the first to rule the country with culture and force. As for the future? No matter what, we should first call ourselves "trusting master" and "perfect old man". During his reign, ten expeditions and repeated victories made him the first to rule the country with culture and force. As for the future? No matter what, we should first call ourselves "trusting master" and "perfect old man".
According to the historical records, the reason why Qianlong liked to seal was influenced by King Wu of Zhou. All the things he used and the places he could see were engraved with epigrams. As a motto, Qianlong was also happy to write poems and compositions on calligraphy and painting. In addition to inspiring himself, what he wanted to express was that he had browsed one by one and roamed in calligraphy and painting works.
Most of the ancient fine paintings in the Palace Museum are the most treasured collections of the Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty. The seal of Qianlong has become an important basis for the identification of the authenticity. Although it is, indeed, very, eye-catching, we can read the imprint of Qianlong in calligraphy and painting, and understand his ideological interest and cultural connotation.
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