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Step back in time with our Chinese Dynasties Paintings collection from Media Storehouse. Each greeting card features exquisite, historic artwork inspired by the rich cultural heritage of China's imperial past. From the intricate details of the Ming Dynasty to the bold colors of the Qing Dynasty, these cards celebrate the beauty and grandeur of China's artistic legacy. Perfect for sending a thoughtful message to friends and family, these cards make a unique and elegant addition to any correspondence. Bring a piece of history into your home with our Chinese Dynasties Paintings collection.

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Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Great Wall of China, UNESCO World Heritage Site, dating from Ming Dynasty, Jinshanling

Great Wall of China, UNESCO World Heritage Site, dating from Ming Dynasty, Jinshanling, Luanping County, Hebei Province, China, Asia

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Lantern Festival in Taiwan

Lantern Festival in Taiwan
People release sky lanterns to celebrate the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival in Shifen, Taipei County, February 28, 2010

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Landscape After the Rain, by Kao K o-kung (1248-1310). Yuan dynasty

Landscape After the Rain, by Kao K o-kung (1248-1310). Yuan dynasty
CHINA: LANDSCAPE. Landscape After the Rain, by Kao K o-kung (1248-1310). Yuan dynasty

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: An Oriental Beauty J920144

An Oriental Beauty J920144
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond-Upon-Thames. " An Oriental Beauty" Enamel on silvered glass. Chinese circa 1760. Referred to as Ch ien-lung (Qianlong) era after the Ching (Qing)

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Selden Map of China. Artist: Chinese Master

The Selden Map of China. Artist: Chinese Master
The Selden Map of China. Found in the collection of the Bodleian Library, Oxford

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Famille Rose vase with a mille fleurs decoration, Qianlong Dynasty, 1736-96 (ceramic)

Famille Rose vase with a mille fleurs decoration, Qianlong Dynasty, 1736-96 (ceramic)
XIR201667 Famille Rose vase with a mille fleurs decoration, Qianlong Dynasty, 1736-96 (ceramic) by Chinese School (18th century); 46x36 cm; Musee Guimet, Paris, France; Chinese, out of copyright

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Emperor Qianlong in Old Age (1711-1799)

Emperor Qianlong in Old Age (1711-1799)
XOS869976 Emperor Qianlong in Old Age (1711-1799) by Chinese School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Manchu-led Qing Dynasty; ); Chinese, out of copyright

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Situation in the Far East, um 1900-1904. Creator: Tse Tsan-tai (1872-1938)

The Situation in the Far East, um 1900-1904. Creator: Tse Tsan-tai (1872-1938)
The Situation in the Far East, um 1900-1904. Private Collection

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: CHINA: WOMAN, 1860s. Woman of the Working Class, Canton, China: photographed by John Thomson

CHINA: WOMAN, 1860s. Woman of the Working Class, Canton, China: photographed by John Thomson, 1868-72

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Mongol conqueror. Chinese silk album leaf, Yuan Dynasty

Mongol conqueror. Chinese silk album leaf, Yuan Dynasty
GENGHIS KHAN (1162-1227). Mongol conqueror. Chinese silk album leaf, Yuan Dynasty

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Along the River During the Qingming Festival, Qing Court Version, hand scroll

Along the River During the Qingming Festival, Qing Court Version, hand scroll
3928698 Along the River During the Qingming Festival, Qing Court Version, hand scroll, 1736 (ink and color on silk) by Chinese School

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea, 1922. Creator: Unknown

The Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea, 1922. Creator: Unknown
The Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea, 1922. The Eight Immortals are revered by Taoists and are a popular element of Chinese culture

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: BOXER REBELLION, 1900. British and Japanese troops engaging Boxer forces in battle at Tianjin

BOXER REBELLION, 1900. British and Japanese troops engaging Boxer forces in battle at Tianjin, China. Color lithograph by Torajiro Kasai, 1900

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Manchurian Crane J920149

Manchurian Crane J920149
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond-Upon-Thames. Manchurian Crane in a chinese landscape. Watercolour and gouache on black paper. Referred to as Ch ien-lung (Qianlong) era after the Ching (Qing)

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Guanyin as the Nine-Lotus Bodhisattva, 1593. Creator: Unknown

Guanyin as the Nine-Lotus Bodhisattva, 1593. Creator: Unknown
Guanyin as the Nine-Lotus Bodhisattva, 1593

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Door-God - Military, 1922. Creator: Unknown

The Door-God - Military, 1922. Creator: Unknown
The Door-God - Military, 1922. Menshen are divine guardians of doors and gates in Chinese folk religions, used to protect against evil or encourage the entrance of positive energies

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Festival Stilt Dance and Dancers - Dalian, Manchukuo, China

Festival Stilt Dance and Dancers - Dalian, Manchukuo, China
Manchukuo - a puppet state of the Empire of Japan in Northeast China and Inner Mongolia from 1932 until 1945. It was founded as a republic, but in 1934 it became a constitutional monarchy

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Imperial Palace at Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China

Imperial Palace at Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China
Part of the Imperial Palace at Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China. Construction began in 1625 under Nurhachi, and was completed in 1636 by his son, Huang Taiji (Emperor Taizong)

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Great Wall / China / Allom

Great Wall / China / Allom
The Great Wall of China built by Emperor Chi-Hoang-Ti of the fourth Tsin dynasty, the first universal monach of China, 237 BC

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Portraits of Chinese emperors, empress and famous men

Portraits of Chinese emperors, empress and famous men
Portraits of Chinese emperors and famous men including ruler god Fo-hi 1, philosopher Confucius 2, the bookburner Qin Shi Huang 3, the writer Fo-chen 4, empress Wu Zetian 5 and emperor Taizong

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Portrait of an imperial censor and his wife, late 18th-early 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Portrait of an imperial censor and his wife, late 18th-early 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Portrait of an imperial censor and his wife, late 18th-early 19th century. Qing dynasty (1644-1911)

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Writing Books under the Pine Trees, 1279-1368. Creator: Wang Meng (Chinese, c. 1308-1385)

Writing Books under the Pine Trees, 1279-1368. Creator: Wang Meng (Chinese, c. 1308-1385)
Writing Books under the Pine Trees, 1279-1368. Wang Meng is traditionally considered on of the four masters of the Yuan dynasty

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: BOXER REBELLION, 1900. The 14th United States Infantry in the Palace Grounds, Peiping (Beijing)

BOXER REBELLION, 1900. The 14th United States Infantry in the Palace Grounds, Peiping (Beijing), China, mid-August 1900

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Nestorian tablet near Singan, China, a relic of a Nestorian Christian Church

Nestorian tablet near Singan, China, a relic of a Nestorian Christian Church. Wood engraving, English, 1887
NESTORIAN STELE, c780 A.D. Nestorian tablet near Singan, China, a relic of a Nestorian Christian Church. Wood engraving, English, 1887

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: China. Han Dynasty (206 aC-220 BC). Invention

China. Han Dynasty (206 aC-220 BC). Invention

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: CHINA: FUJIAN MAP, 1662. Engraved map of the province of Fujian, China

CHINA: FUJIAN MAP, 1662. Engraved map of the province of Fujian, China, also showing the Strait of Taiwan and part of Taiwan (Formosa) from Jan Blaeus Atlas Major published in Amsterdam in 1662

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Door-God - Civil, 1922. Creator: Unknown

The Door-God - Civil, 1922. Creator: Unknown
The Door-God - Civil, 1922. Menshen are divine guardians of doors and gates in Chinese folk religions, used to protect against evil or encourage the entrance of positive energies at thresholds

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Eight Hosts of Deva, Naga, and Yakshi, 1454. Creator: Unknown

The Eight Hosts of Deva, Naga, and Yakshi, 1454. Creator: Unknown
The Eight Hosts of Deva, Naga, and Yakshi, 1454. The grandest of the Buddhist mortuary rites is the Water-Land ( shuilu ) ritual

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Birds Gather under the Spring Willow, late 1400s-early 1500. Creator: Yin Hong (Chinese, c

Birds Gather under the Spring Willow, late 1400s-early 1500. Creator: Yin Hong (Chinese, c
Birds Gather under the Spring Willow, late 1400s-early 1500. A great variety of birds, including the peacock and peahen, are portrayed in a natural setting

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Chinese statuette of Kuan-Yin as a Bodhisattva, 12th century

Chinese statuette of Kuan-Yin as a Bodhisattva, 12th century
Late Sung dynasty Chinese statuette of Kuan-Yin, a goddess of mercy, as a Bodhisattva (Buddha-to-be) in wood with traces of gilt and painting

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Lingering Garden, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China

Lingering Garden, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
Lingering Garden (Liu Yuan) is a renowned classical Chinese garden. It is located at 338 Liuyuan Rd. Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: A Chinese celestial sphere of the T ang Dynasty (681-905 A. D. ). Colored engraving

A Chinese celestial sphere of the T ang Dynasty (681-905 A. D. ). Colored engraving
CHINESE CELESTIAL SPHERE. A Chinese celestial sphere of the T ang Dynasty (681-905 A.D.). Colored engraving

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: CHINA: MERCHANTs HOME. The house of a Chinese merchant in the suburbs of Canton

CHINA: MERCHANTs HOME. The house of a Chinese merchant in the suburbs of Canton. Steel engraving, English, 1843, after a drawing by Thomas Allom

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: China, Beijing, Temple of Heaven, Chinese Urn in the foreground

China, Beijing, Temple of Heaven, Chinese Urn in the foreground

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Great Wall of China at Badaling, first built during the Ming dynasty between 1368 and 1644

Great Wall of China at Badaling, first built during the Ming dynasty between 1368 and 1644, restored in the 1980s, UNESCO World Heritage Site, near Beijing, Hebei Province, China, Asia

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Yungang Caves cut during the Northern Wei Dynasty, dating from 460 AD

Yungang Caves cut during the Northern Wei Dynasty, dating from 460 AD, UNESCO World Heritage Site near Datong, Shanxi province, China, Asia

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Chinese Emperor Wu Wang in horse-drawn carriage

Chinese Emperor Wu Wang in horse-drawn carriage
Chinese Emperor Wu Wang (Zhou Dynasty) in his eight-horse carriage

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Landscape with Gibbons and Cranes, Qing dynasty, 18th century. Creator: Unknown

Landscape with Gibbons and Cranes, Qing dynasty, 18th century. Creator: Unknown
Landscape with Gibbons and Cranes, Qing dynasty, 18th century. Formerly attributed to Qiu Ying

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Assaults of Mara; Scenes of the Awakening Meditation of the Shakyamuni Buddha

The Assaults of Mara; Scenes of the Awakening Meditation of the Shakyamuni Buddha
5951632 The Assaults of Mara; Scenes of the Awakening Meditation of the Shakyamuni Buddha. China, Epoque of the Five Dynasties, first half of the 10th century. Paint, ink, gold and colors on silk

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, Yuan dynasty (gilt bronze) (see also 119004)

Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, Yuan dynasty (gilt bronze) (see also 119004)
AME119005 Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, Yuan dynasty (gilt bronze) (see also 119004) by Chinese School, Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368); height:18.5 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Bodhidharma Meditating, Qing dynasty, 1762 (ink and colours on paper)

Bodhidharma Meditating, Qing dynasty, 1762 (ink and colours on paper)
FSG348836 Bodhidharma Meditating, Qing dynasty, 1762 (ink and colours on paper) by Jin Nong (1687-1763); 81.6 x 26.5 cm; Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, USA; Arthur M

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Seeds and Aleurites Cordata (?): Page from The Mustard Seed Garden Manual of

Seeds and Aleurites Cordata (?): Page from The Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting (Jieziyuan huazhuan), 1782, 2nd edition

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Hermit Xu You Resting by a Stream, 1400s. Creator: Dai Jin (Chinese, 1388-1462)

The Hermit Xu You Resting by a Stream, 1400s. Creator: Dai Jin (Chinese, 1388-1462)
The Hermit Xu You Resting by a Stream, 1400s. The subject of this painting, Xu You, is an ancient worthy and reclusive figure who, when offered the throne by the legendary emperor Yao

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Banquet Still Life. Creator: Beijeren, Abraham Hendricksz, van (1620 / 21-1690)

Banquet Still Life. Creator: Beijeren, Abraham Hendricksz, van (1620 / 21-1690)
Banquet Still Life. Found in the Collection of Liechtenstein Museum

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: The Temple of Heaven, Beijing

The Temple of Heaven, Beijing
The Temple of Heaven, literally the Altar of Heaven is a complex of religious buildings situated in the southeastern part of central Beijing

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: Tiger, c. 1250-1279. Creator: Fachang Muqi (Chinese, 1220-1280)

Tiger, c. 1250-1279. Creator: Fachang Muqi (Chinese, 1220-1280)
Tiger, c. 1250-1279

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: River Village: Fishermans Joy, 1279-1322. Creator: Zhao Mengfu (Chinese, 1254-1322)

River Village: Fishermans Joy, 1279-1322. Creator: Zhao Mengfu (Chinese, 1254-1322)
River Village: Fishermans Joy, 1279-1322

Background imageChinese dynasties paintings Greetings Card Collection: LIU BEI (161-223). Also known as Xuande

LIU BEI (161-223). Also known as Xuande. Shu Han emperor of China, 221-223. Detail of a painted silk scroll, c650, attributed to Yen Li Pen



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