The exhibition of portraits from the Ming and Qing dynasties collected by the National Museum of China opens to the public in Beijing since July 15. More than 50 portraits from the Ming and Qing dynasties are displayed in the exhibition.
This exhibition mainly displays the outline of portraits in four units. People can not only visit the precious and exquisite portraits in the museum, feel the characteristics of the portraits, but also learn the knowledge and evolution process of the portraits across the two dynasties.
Reportedly, there are nearly 1,000 portraits from the Ming and Qing dynasties preserved in the museum, encompassing many varieties, such as portraits of emperors and royal families, famous officials, celebrities, ladies and scholars. The exhibition can inspire people's love for traditional cultures, practice socialist core values, enhance cultural identity, and strength the cultural self-confidence.