Manuscript/Mixed Material Yu zhi Geng zhi quan tu. 御製耕織全圖. / Yu zhi geng tu / Geng zhi quan tu / Yu zhi zhi tu / Geng zhi tu
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- Yu zhi Geng zhi quan tu.
- Yu zhi geng tu
- Geng zhi quan tu
- Yu zhi zhi tu
- Geng zhi tu
- Based on "Geng zhi tu", which was painted by Lou Shou in the Southern Song Dynasty; paintings in this edition by court painter Jiao Bingzhen; the preface attributes the text to the Kangxi Emperor; annotations by Yan Yuchun.
- Kangxi, Emperor of China, 1654-1722, zhuan wen.
- Jiao, Bingzhen, active 1680-1720, hui gong.
- Yan, Yuchun, active 17th century, kai jin biao.
- China. Nei fu.
- Chinese Rare Book Collection (Library of Congress).
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- [China : Nei fu], Qing Kangxi 35 nian 
- - Agriculture--China
- - Silk industry--China
- - Art, Chinese
- - Farm life in art
- - Illustrated books--China
- - Ms.
- - In case.
- - "Geng zhi tu [Pictures of Tilling and Weaving] Qing dynasty (1644-1911) The work contains 46 album leaves, ink and color on silk, after the paintings of the court painter Jiao Bingzhen (1650-1726). 23 leaves depict rice cultivation and 23 depict silk production"--Label on case.
- - Also available in digital form.
- - Description based on online resource.
- - 清康熙三十五年彩繪絹本木夾板冊葉裝.
- - "臣焦秉貞繪圖"--Cover.
- - 全書含耕圖和織圖各23幅。每圖題詩一首，據康熙《御製耕織圖序》及嚴虞惇楷進表，為康熙御筆所書。繪工焦秉貞多取南宋初樓〓之《耕織圖》，對其加以折中改造，乃成此圖，其圖鮮麗細膩，誠為藝術精品。書名葉題"御製耕織全圖" 。卷前有康熙親撰並書《御製耕織圖序》，行草書，藍印，末署："康熙三十五年春二月社日題並書"。序末鈐"康熙宸翰"陽文方印及"稽古右文之章"陰文方印。正文前有目錄.
- 1 volume : illustrations (some color)
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Kangxi, Emperor Of China, Zhuan Wen, Bingzhen Jiao, Yuchun Yan, China. Nei Fu, and Chinese Rare Book Collection. Yu zhi Geng zhi quan tu. [China: Nei fu, Qing Kangxi 35 nian, 1696] Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/2012402860/.
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Kangxi, E. O. C., Jiao, B., Yan, Y., China. Nei Fu & Chinese Rare Book Collection. (1696) Yu zhi Geng zhi quan tu. [China: Nei fu, Qing Kangxi 35 nian] [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2012402860/.
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Kangxi, Emperor Of China, Zhuan Wen, et al. Yu zhi Geng zhi quan tu. [China: Nei fu, Qing Kangxi 35 nian, 1696] Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2012402860/>.