RMF431YA–Paper Money of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art China
RM2DH6P7E–A German map of the Chinese Empire during the height of the Qing dynasty. The Qing dynasty is considered to be a Central Plain dynasty, a unified dynasty, and a conquest dynasty - 1810s
RFCFAXC5–A Chinese Dragon Robe from the Qing Dynasty 19th Century. Woven and embroidered with gold thread and silk depicting nine dragons.
RM2FMXCY0–Chinese Empress Xiaojingxian (1681-1731), Empress consort of the Qing Dynasty (1723-1731), hanging scroll, 1700-1799
RM2B01610–China: The Kangxi Emperor on tour. Detail of handscroll painting, early 18th century. Emperor Kangxi, personal name Xuanye and temple name Shengzu, was the fourth ruler of the Qing Dynasty and the second Qing emperor to rule over China proper, from 1661 to 1722. Kangxi's reign of 61 years makes him the longest-reigning Chinese emperor in history (although his grandson, the Qianlong Emperor, had the longest period of de facto power) and one of the longest-reigning rulers in the world. He was considered one of China's greatest emperors.
RMCEADTE–Puyi of the Manchu Aisin Gioro clan, was the last Emperor of China, and the twelfth and final ruler of the Qing Dynasty.
RMJKTGKY–The introduction of the pigtail or queue, a specifically male hairstyle worn by the Manchu people from central Manchuria and later imposed on the Han Chinese during the Qing dynasty. The hairstyle was compulsory for all males and the penalty for non-compliance was execution for treason. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMMW1R44–. The Imperial Portrait of Qing Dynasty's Empresses . Qing Dynasty. Imperial Painter 598 The Qing Dynasty Empress Yehonara
RMRY4DH0–Three-Sectional Altar Group: Koro with Lid and Base, 1644-1912. China, Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Jade
RMAHN9Y9–Shenyang Imperial Palace, Phoenix Tower where Qing dynasty founders first ruled
RMHEEW2W–Parade dressed in Qing Dynasty royal clothing, Taierzhuang Ancient Town, Shandong Province, China
RMKFYYCF–Lord Elgin, James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin, 1811-1863
RME7A2RT–Shunzhi or Shun-chih (1638-1661), 3rd Emperor of Qing Dynasty and 1st Qing Emperor to rule China, 1644-1661, Woodcut, circa 1719
RMKWD295–Xuantong Emperor, 3-year old Puyi, in 1909. In Feb. 1912, during the Xinhai Revolution, he was forced to force to abdicate. As an adult, he became the Kangde Emperor, Japanese puppet of Manchukuo, during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War 2. His life was the subject of the 1987 film, THE LAST EMPEROR, by Bernardo Bertolucci (BSLOC 2017 20 6)
RMA3A807–Qing Dynasty Pageant 5
RM2B8B7WD–The junk ship of Xianfeng Emperor, Emperor of the Qing dynasty, 1857
RMB9RMMA–Guoyu Village architecture Ming Qing dynasty Yangcheng County city of JinCheng Shanxi Province china Asia 20
RMBCPDJR–Blue and white porcelain vase with peach and bat pattern from Yongzhen period in Qing Dynasty, Capital Museum, Beijing, China
RMG3C6A3–The Guangxu Emperor (18711908), born Aisin-Gioro Zaitian, was the eleventh emperor of the Qing Dynasty, and the ninth Qing emperor to rule over China. Date: circa 1900
RMF42P1E–Green gauze cheongsam - Manchu Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art China
RMEMJWX1–A Military Officer in Qing Dynasty, 19th Century, Lam Qua
RMD9D13A–Empress Dowager Cixi; Tzu-Hsi (1835-1908) Empress Dowager of the Manchu Yehenara clan who controlled Manchu Qing Dynasty of China from 1867 until her death. Supported anti-foreign Boxer Rising of 1900.
RFGTDAXY–A corner of the Ma Cho Temple - guardian of the seas. The temple was built in 1824 in the Qing dynasty, in the mountainous Puli.
RM2B00TW1–China: Dragon Flag of the Qing Dynasty (1889-1912), 1889. The Qing Dynasty, also known as the Manchu Dynasty, was the last dynasty of China, ruling from 1644 to 1912 (with a brief, abortive restoration in 1917). It was preceded by the Ming Dynasty and followed by the Republic of China. The dynasty was founded by the Manchu clan Aisin Gioro in modern northeast China (also known as Manchuria). Starting in 1644 it expanded into China proper and its surrounding territories, establishing the Empire of the Great. Complete pacification of China was accomplished around 1683 under the Kangxi Emperor.
RMPJ2H5C–Empress Dowager Cixi (1835 – 1908), Manchu Yehenara clan, Chinese empress dowager and regent who effectively controlled the Chinese government in the late Qing dynasty for 47 years from 1861 until her death in 1908.
RMFF8YP4–A map of China under the Manchus; The Ta Ch'ing Dynasty or Qing Dynasty, 1644-1912.
RMMY3BTX–. English: Prince Yinzhi, the 3rd son of Kangxi Emperor 中文: 诚隐郡王允祉，康熙第三子 . Qing Dynasty. Unknown 571 Yinzhi
RMRY590K–Guanyin, 18th Century. China, Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Amber; overall: 16.9 cm (6 5/8 in
RME56C6G–First Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895). Conflict between Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Japan, primarily over control of Korea.
RMKN5HPN–Boxer Rebellion 1900, Russian army making movement for Manchuria in train, Picture from the French weekly newspaper l'Illustration, 22th September 1900
RMBD0DFA–Pair of vases. Qing Dynasty, China, 18th Century
RMKFYYCE–Chinese soldiers, Second Opium War, 1860
RMKWD28M–The Empress Dowager Cixi (Tzu-His), was the dominant Royal in China from 1861-1908. She first ruled as Regent for her son, the Tongzhi Emperor from 1861-1873. After his short reign, she resumed the Regency for young Guangxu Emperor from 1883-1889. Empress Cixi retained significant power during his reign and assumed regency for a third time upon his imprisonment by conservative forces, who feared his liberal, westernizing policies (BSLOC 2017 20 5)
RFC82FEH–Qing Dynasty Dragon Wall at Beihai park, Beijing, China
RMEWMT9W–Chinese revolution of 1911 which overthrew China's last imperial dynasty the Qing dynasty and established the Republic of China. An American guard on the Peking Wall overlooking Peking's city gate at Chien-Men. April 1912.
RMAN29M8–Palace Museum / Forbidden City / Ming & Qing Dynasty, Beijing, China
RFB27BJB–Manchus Defy Imperial Chinese Army
RMKRD1F3–One of the main gates of Nanking, China, at the time that the city was captured by revolutionaries. The Qing Dynasty was overthrown in October 1911, the last imperial dynasty of China, and Sun Yat Sen became President of the newly formed Republic of China (ROC), founded in 1912. Date: circa 1911
RMCT1CE3–Museum Painting Leaping Carp Qing dynasty Woodblock print color on paper Chinese China
RMAENPB1–Jianshui Yunnan China Detail of door at Zhu Family Garden Qing dynasty merchant s home and now a guesthouse
RMPECCNN–As the Empress Consort of Qing Dynasty China.
RMAA7REA–Chinese antique Qing Dynasty vase decorated with cloisonne enamel This vase dates back to the Yongzheng Period 1723 to 1735 AD
RM2B0160N–China: Kangxi (4 May 1654 – 20 December 1722), 4th Emperor of the Qing Dynasty. Hanging scroll painting, early 18th century. Emperor Kangxi, personal name Xuanye and temple name Shengzu, was the fourth ruler of the Qing Dynasty and the second Qing emperor to rule over China proper, from 1661 to 1722. Kangxi's reign of 61 years makes him the longest-reigning Chinese emperor in history (although his grandson, the Qianlong Emperor, had the longest period of de facto power) and one of the longest-reigning rulers in the world. He was considered one of China's greatest emperors.
RMJKTH5B–A party of Chinese with special permits leaving Nanking under the supervision of the Captain of the Gate during the The Xinhai Revolution aka Chinese Revolution or the Revolution of 1911. A revolution that overthrew China's last imperial dynasty (the Qing dynasty), and established the Republic of China. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMMX0YTR–. Simple English: Scene in traditional Chinese court, late Qing Dynasty. before 1911. Unknown 78 Before the judge Qing 02
RMKCC5E5–Festival Robe, Qing dynasty (1644–1911), second half of the 18th century, China, Silk and gold-and-silver thread embroidery on
RMENE2P7–Qing nobleman in winter coat, 1860s - Albumen photo of a man in winter coat
RMKNYPG1–Cup. Period: Qing dynasty (1644-1911), Qianlong period (1736-95); Culture: China; Medium: Porcelain painted in overglaze famille rose enamels;
RMW0177K–Chinese soldiers dressed as Qing Dynasty guards and as an emperor perform in a Qing Dynasty ceremony, in which emperors prayed for a good harvest and fortune, during the Spring Festival Temple Fair celebrating China's lunar new year at an ancient park in Beijing on February 19, 2015. China's most important holiday, the Spring Festival , begins on February 19 and marks the start of the Year of the Sheep, according to the Chinese zodiac. Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI
RMCWBRJF–Yuan Shikai (1859-1916), Chinese general at the end of the Qing dynasty in 1911 and then first president of the Republic of
RMA9CJYF–Old Qing dynasty painting couple in a tea house central hong kong china
RMJ4KPWA–China, Hebei Province, Chengde, temple, dancers, beams of light Asia, Eastern Asia, Nordostchina, place of interest, culture, architecture, building, builds in 1703-1792, imperial summer residence, Sommerbergvilla, the biggest temple attachment, Qing dynasty, Puning temple, 'temple of the 'gigantic Buddha', Potaraka Doctrine, UNESCO-world cultural heritage, showing, women, dance, temple dance, dance showing, sunlight, sunrays, conception, extrasensory, transcendency, religion, enlightenment
RM2BDXF4F–Qing Dynasty, Mandarin Square with Egret
RFA38FDP–Chiefs of the Mongolian Rebellion 1891
RMKRD1F2–Sun Yat Sen (1866-1925) (at the centre in a fur coat) leaving Shanghai for Nanking to assume his position as President of the newly formed Republic of China, surrounded by his advisory military staff. Sun played an instrumental role in overthrowing the Qing Dynasty in October 1911, the last imperial dynasty of China. He was the first provisional president when the Republic of China (ROC) was founded in 1912. Date: circa 1911
RMCT1CRP–Two Boys Qing dynasty 1644–1911 Woodblock print color on paper Chinese China
RMCFAXAA–A silk underskirt with gold buttons for a Chinese Dragon Robe from the Qing Dynasty
RMP50K7T–1735-1796 Qianlong (Qing Dynasty) porcelain mark 101.
RMWGFDDK–Model of a Mountain with Figures, jade carving, Qing dynasty (1644-1911)
RM2B016DX–China: Agui (7 Sepetember 1717 - 10 October 1797), General of the Qing Dynasty. Hanging scroll painting, late 1700s. Agui was a Manchu general of the Qing dynasty. He was a scion of a noble family who led a number of important Manchu military operations, including several of the 'Ten Great Campaigns'. In 1781, Agui went to Lanzhou, in the northwestern Gansu province, to lead the suppression of the rebellion by the Salar adherents of the Jahriyya Sufi order. Agui also led campaigns that acquired Ili and Eastern Turkestan (which today are part of the Xinjiang Autonomous Region) and Taiwan.
RM2H2CR36–Empress Xiaoduanwen (1599-1649) Chinese consort of Hong Taiji during the Qing dynasty from 1636 until her husband's death in 1643, after which she was known as Empress dowager.
RMDW3DFH–The battle of Pyongyang, First Sino-Japanese War, 1894 - 1895, between Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Japan
RMMMN24E–. Simple English: Scene in traditional Chinese court, late Qing Dynasty. . before 1911. Unknown 78 Before the judge Qing 01
RMKC2G4P–玉插屏, Table screen, Qing dynasty (1644–1911), Qianlong period (1736–95), China, Nephrite, white with light-greenish tint, stand
RMDYECXX–Cup with Cover and Stand 1775. Qing Dynasty
RMKP07NE–Period: Qing dynasty (1644-1911); Date: 19th century; Culture: China; Medium: Silk thread embroidery on silk satin; Dimensions: 50 x 96 in. (127 x
RM2AKBJ1B–The Daoguang Emperor, 1782 - 1850. Eighth Emperor of the Qing dynasty. Born Aisin Gioro Mianning. After a 19th century print.
RMKWCX86–Feng Yuxiang, Chinese general against the Qing Dynasty in the Xinhai Revolution, 1911. As the most powerful Chinese warlord, he was an ally of Chiang from 1926-1930, but after World War II, he supported the Communist Revolution (BSLOC 2017 2 73)
RM2DH6P6X–Portrait of the Kangxi Emperor in Court Dress - Anonymous Qing Dynasty Court Painter
RM2A5YYA4–Single-coloured porcelain from Jingdezhen. Ming to Qing dynasty. Dated 16th Century
RM2BDXF4C–Qing Dynasty, Mandarin Square with White Crane
RMTB7M6E–Six Chinese jade miniature sculptures, Ming/Qing dynasty, White, grey, yellowish and green-grey jade, cut in the shape of fruits and animals. China, Chinese, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMG4AEPW–An 18th Century ivory, gilt bronze and hard stone panel from the Chinese Qing dynasty, which is expected to fetch up to 200,000 at auction on Thursday, is moved and prepared for exhibition at Chorley's auctioneers, Gloucester.
RMCT1C87–Three Equestrians Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Woodblock print color on paper Chinese China
RMCFAX94–A Chinese Dragon Robe Coat from the Qing Dynasty 19th Century. Woven and embroidered with gold thread and silk depicting nine dragons.
RFRATMM4–Chinese Qing Dynasty, Archery Contest, 19th century, oil on cotton. Reimagined by Gibon. Classic art with a modern reimagined
RMWGFDG6–Landscape in the Manner of Old Masters by Shen Hao, Qing Dynasty dated 1654
RM2B00XC3–China: Five children at play forming a 'dragon's head' posture, 1902. The Qing Dynasty (1644–1911) was founded after the Manchus defeated the Ming, the last Han Chinese dynasty. The Manchus introduced a 'queue order', forcing the Han Chinese to adopt the Manchu queue hairstyle and Manchu-style clothing. The Qing consolidated control of some areas originally under the Ming, including Yunnan. They also stretched their sphere of influence over Xinjiang, Tibet and Mongolia. But during the 19th century, Qing control weakened, with its eventual collapse at the beginning of the 20th century.
RMCBG1WN–1854 engraving of the Xianfeng Emperor, the ninth Emperor of the Qing Dynasty.
RMJ953T2–Chen Lanbin (1816-1895). First Chinese Minister to the United States during the Qing Dynasty. Portrait. Engraving by Capuz. 'La Ilustracion Espanola y Americana', 1879.
RMMNXGRJ–English: A painting from a series of brush paintings by Qing Dynasty artist Sun Wen, depicting scenes from the novel Dream of the Red Chamber. 19th century. 1151 Sun Wen Red Chamber 6
RMKC75F0–清乾隆 刺繡白鷴補, Rank Badge with Silver Pheasant, Qing dynasty (1644–1911), Qianlong period (1736–95), China, Silk, pearls
RMDYEEWR–Porcelain Vase from the Qing Dynasty 17th Century A.D.
RF2F9D7HX–Li Hung Chang. The caption for this 1900 photo reads: “Li Hung Chang Venerable Chinese diplomat wealthiest man in China was admirer of U S Grant Has traveled extensively in USA.” Li Hongzhang, Marquess Suyi (also romanized as Li Hung-chang; 1823 –1901) was a Chinese politician, general and diplomat of the late Qing dynasty
RM2D4P61E–1924 - A family (oddly dressed in swimming outfits?) playing Mah Jongg (various spellings e.g. Mah-Jongg, Mahjong, Majong etc). It became the latest craze in Britain in that year. The game was developed during the Qing dynasty in China and has since spread throughout the world since the early 20th century.
RM2AT54EP–Tchien Lung, The Qianlong Emperor, 1711 –1799. Sixth Emperor of the Qing dynasty,
RMKWDJMF–BAMBOO BRANCH WITH BERRIES AND BIRDS, 17th c., Chinese painting, Qing dynasty, ink, color on silk. Birds were one of the major subjects of Chinese painters. These two are depicted eating berries on the branch of a tree (BSLOC 2017 16 9)
RMEMJWX6–A Civil Official in Qing Dynasty 19th Century - Lam Qua
RM2A5YW91–Blue and white porcelain charger from the Qing Dynasty, depicting a dragon. Dated 1875
RMT95073–Woodblock illustration from an edition of 1909 (1st year of the Xuantong reign period of the Qing dynasty). Shows the figure of a middle-aged man, with the Heart Envelope channel of hand jueyin, the heart channel of hand shaoyin, the kidney channel of foot shaoyin, the lung channel of hand taiyin and the stomach channel of foot yangming drawn on his body.
RMTB7KFE–A Chinese jade 'Dragon' belt hook, Qing dynasty, 18th century, Curved belt hook of greenish-white jade with pierced dragon at top. Length 13.2 cm. China, Chinese, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2CHC6F0–Romy Clark (left) and May Matthews from Bonhams Edinburgh display a Qing dynasty Chinese embroidered silk robe (estimate £800-1,200) during a photo call for the upcoming Home and Interiors sale, and Sporting and Wildlife sale, at Bonhams, Edinburgh, on September 23, 2020.
RMCT1CK4–New Spring Qing dynasty early 20th century Woodblock print color on paper Chinese China
RMPGWYJ2–Colonel Sir Claude Maxwell MacDonald, British minister to Qing Dynasty Empire of China, and British Minister to the Empire of Korea. He was instrumental in securing the Second Peking Convention, which obtained for Britain the 99 year lease on Hong Kong. Led the defence of the foreign legations in 1900, under siege during the Boxer Rebellion, and was Britain's first ambassador to Japan.
RF2HG3EJ6–Chinese medieval painting: Portrait Of A Priest. Qing dynasty, China. Book illustration reproduction of 1912.
RM2CWCR4B–Portrait of the Kangxi Emperor (given name Xuanye, 1654-1722), ink on paper. Kangxi was the fourth Emperor of the Qing dynasty.
RM2B01G3G–The Taiping Rebellion was a widespread civil war in southern China from 1850 to 1864, led by heterodox Christian convert Hong Xiuquan, who, having received visions, maintained that he was the younger brother of Jesus Christ, against the ruling Manchu-led Qing Dynasty. About 20 million people died, mainly civilians, in one of the deadliest military conflicts in history. Hong established the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom with its capital at Nanjing. The Kingdom's army controlled large parts of southern China, at its height containing about 30 million people. The rebels attempted social reforms belie
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