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Giuseppe Castiglione

Giuseppe Castiglione (aka 郎世寧) : The Pine, Hawk, and Glossy Ganoderma (w)

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Geniales pinturas japonesas... esto es arte papá!

Japanese falconry probably ultimately derives from the Chinese. This century image of such a gos and a gyr by Castiglione, the Jesuit painter at the Chinese court, who combined western and Chinese techniques.

Album of Flower Paintings, Leaf 9, Lang Shining (Giuseppe Castiglione, S.J.) (1688-1766)

Begonia and Magnolia by Lang Shih-ning. Lang Shih-ning (Giuseppe Castiglione, 1688 - was a native of Milan, Italy.

Giuseppe Castiglione

Giuseppe Castiglione

Giuseppe Castiglione / Lang Shi’ning - Italian-Chinese Painter - The Art History Archive

Giuseppe Castiglione / Lang Shi’ning - Italian-Chinese Painter - The Art History Archive

Peony flower by Giuseppe Castiglione

Giuseppe Castiglione’s Chinese Paintings

Giuseppe Castiglione, ( 1688 - 1766 ) Missionary to China, arriving in Took the name Lang Shining. Studied Chinese painting combining Chinese techniques and themes with European sensibilities. Painted portraits of the Emperor Qianlong and the Empress.

Giuseppe Castiglione

Hundreds of butterflies by Giuseppe Castiglione, Qing dinasty

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