Friday, February 26, 2010

Chinese New Year Exhibition for Year of the Tiger

With the Spring Festival of the Year of the Tiger, a grand exhibition on the traditional Chinese New Year pictures held at the National Art Museum of China reflects the development process of the art from its traditional form and also to the great importance attached by the government to intangible cultural heritages.

The Chinese New Year picture is an important part of the traditional Chinese art, the National Art Museum of China, has a collection of more than 3,000 pictures from throughout China.

The New Year picture is a vivid reflection of praying for fortune and welcoming the upcoming Spring in the Chinese cultural conception.

Some of the Chinese New Year Paintings that have been on display at the National Art Museum of China

More here from the National Art Museum of China

H/T: Unicorn Blog