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An illustration of a divinity employing exorcism and throwing from a magic bowl five Featured China, Tibet And Bhutan Image

An illustration of a divinity employing exorcism and throwing from a magic bowl five

CHT265564 An illustration of a divinity employing exorcism and throwing from a magic bowl five poisonous animals (w/c on paper) by Chinese School (19th century); Bibliotheque Nationale, Cabinet de Medailles, Paris; (add.info.: snake; toad; spider; centipede; scorpion; used as a charm against evil spirits; charme contre les mauvais esprits; divinite exorciste, peut-etre Pian Kouan, faisant jailler du bol magique les cinq poisons, la vipere, le scorpion, le crapaud, le mille-pattes et l'araignee;); A© Archives Charmet; Chinese, out of copyright

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The House of Mr Yang, c.1872 (b/w photo) Featured China, Tibet And Bhutan Image

The House of Mr Yang, c.1872 (b/w photo)

473742 The House of Mr Yang, c.1872 (b/w photo) by Thomson, John (1837-1921); Private Collection; (add.info.: John Thomson describes Mr Yang thus; "A gentleman enormously rich, and holding an official rank in Peking. His abode is walled around and is entered only by a plain doorway through a high brick wall which skirts an obscure alley. Within the door were two silk lanterns dangling from supports above and daubed with the name and titles of Yang. This picture shows the kind of buildings which divide one court from another. The heavy tiled roof reflects the heat and keeps out the cold while the veranda can be thrown entirely open or kept closely shut. The group represents my friend Mr. Yang, his son, and a party of the ladies and younger children of his household."); Scottish, out of copyright

© Bridgeman Images

Chinese Ladies Looking at European Curiosities, 1868 (oil on canvas) Featured China, Tibet And Bhutan Image

Chinese Ladies Looking at European Curiosities, 1868 (oil on canvas)

TW426894 Chinese Ladies Looking at European Curiosities, 1868 (oil on canvas) by Hodgson, John Evan (1831-95); 70.8x91.5 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; (add.info.: A Chinese man is shown holding up a delicate Western lady's shoe; The Chinese ladies are laughing because it is so large compared to their own tiny feet (small feet were a mark of beauty in China and were produced by foot-binding in times gone by); A European vase on the floor in the foorground is rather crude in comparison with the fine Chinese tea-bowls on the table;); A© Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; English, out of copyright

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