By Stephen W Bushell
Dealing not just with structure, sculpture, and portray, but in addition with bronze and ceramics, this article deals a whole landscape of chinese language arts and civilisation. In his textual content, the writer Bushell stresses the significance of understanding the society to appreciate the arts.
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In Chinese books, its indigenous origin and development are always taken for granted, and it seems natural to accept such views until the contrary be proved. The treatment of the human figure in sculpture of a later period is indicated in the photograph of one of the colossal men in armor which guard the entrance of the mausoleum of the emperor Yung Lo (1403-24), about twenty-five miles north of Peking. Another figure appears in the background, and two of the three gates leading to the tomb are seen in the distance.
The Wenyuange was build to house 36,000 volumes. [See p. 44] Peking. Bird’s eye View of the Forbidden city, 15th c. Forbidden City, Peking. 41 42 43 The Hall of the Classics, called Pi Yung Kung, was built after an ancient model by the emperor Ch’ien Lung in Peking, adjoining the national university called Kuo Tzu Chien. The emperor goes there in state on certain occasions to expound the classics, seated upon the large throne within the hall, which is backed by a screen fashioned in the form of the five sacred mountains.
The height of the wall is generally from 6 to 9 meters and at intervals of some 180 meters are towers about 12 meters high. 5 meters wide. The wall is carried over valleys and mountains, and in places is over 1200 meters above sea level. [See pp. 34-35] 31 32 Before the wall was built by using bricks, it was created by earth, stones and wood. During the Ming Dynasty bricks were heavily used in many areas of the wall, as well as materials such as tiles, lime, and stone. Bricks were easier to work with than earth and stone as their small size and light weight made them convenient to carry and augmented construction speed.